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Litigation over debtor-in-possession (DIP) and other bankruptcy financing is often one of the key issues in a bankruptcy case. This is partcularly true with credit agreements negotiated prebankruptcy, which may contain covenants and provisions that can dictate the course of the case. In fact, directing the course of the case is often precisely what such provisions such as roll-over, lock-up, and release are intended to achieve.

The firm has the sophistication and experience to litigate effectively when credit agreements threaten the interests of its clients. We have scored many notable successes on behalf of creditors' committees confronted at the outset of a case with credit agreements that would extinguish important rights.

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Delaware Bankruptcy Court Indicates That Directors and Officers of an Insolvent Company May Be Liable for Breaches of Fiduciary Duty for Failing to Provide Timely WARN Act Notice
Kenneth H. Brown,Peter J. Keane,Bradford J. Sandler, January 29, 2016
Directors and officers of distressed businesses face a dizzying array of challenges, including personal liability for unpaid wages under federal and state laws. The federal Worker Adjustment Retraining and Notification Act [1] and similar state laws (the "WARN Act") require at least 60...