Practice Areas & Industries: Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP

 





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Practice/Industry Group Overview

Our extensively experienced transactional attorneys are uniquely qualified in transactions involving bankruptcy court asset sales in a broad array of industries and levels of distribution. We commonly handle a wide variety of the issues commonly arising in such transactions, including the following areas:

  • Counseling as to strategic factors affecting transaction structure
  • Due diligence and support
  • Assistance in sale process selection
  • Development and negotiation of Bankruptcy Code section 363 asset sale procedures
  • Transitional financing of the target company
  • Addressing the need for management or other transitional services
  • Identification and avoidance of unwanted seller and insolvency-related liabilities
  • Retention and incentive programs for key employees of the target company
  • Choice of business entity for the purchaser, including corporation, partnership, or limited liability company formation, organization, and capitalization

Representative Cases

Rocket Farms

Filene's Basement, Inc.

Humboldt Creamery

MedAvant Healthcare Solutions

Organized Living

Crescent Jewelers

Gingiss Group

Integrated Telecom Express

Agway

Yipes Communications

Webvan Group

iLogistix

Northpoint Communications

LogoAthletics

AmeriServe Food Distribution

AgriBio Tech


 
Group Presentations
  Rags to riches... to rags? Financial Distress in the Retail Industry, Milan, Italy, May 23, 2016
 
 
Articles Authored by Lawyers at this office:

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...