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How to Handle Small Business Bankruptcies

Strategies for reorganizing small businesses under the streamlined, relaxed plan confirmation standards of new Subchapter V of Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code

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    COVID-19 has resulted in the worst business contraction in years, and the shuttering of large portions of the economy. Small businesses are struggling under severe operating restrictions imposed as a result of the pandemic, and are in need of financial restructuring more than ever. Newly enacted Subchapter V, as enhanced by the CARES Act, is the relief valve that provides a quick and affordable pathway to recovery. Individuals who guaranteed the debts of their small business or posted their property as collateral for business loans may additionally qualify to file under Subchapter V.

    This new program provides you with the tools you need to adapt your practice for the coming wave of small business 11's. Hear an expert faculty guide you through the new provisions of Subchapter V, bankruptcy forms, and the most recent case law as you learn how to successfully take a case from initial client interview to plan confirmation.

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    Donald R. Lassman, Esq., Law Office of Donald R. Lassman, Needham


    Matthew R. Flynn, Verdolino & Lowey, PC, Foxborough
    David Koha, Esq., Casner & Edwards LLP, Boston
    Kara S. Rescia, Esq., Rescia Law, P.C., Enfield
    Lisa Tingue, Esq., Office of the US Trustee, Worcester