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Podcasts

Fresh Start: Professor David Skeel Talks Bankruptcy Backlash

By Stephanie Gleason
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Published: July 21st, 2022
The University of Pennsylvania professor discusses the recent backlash against the bankruptcy system — including against judge shopping, the Texas Two-Step and third-party releases — and what can be done.
Restructuring

OpEd: Looming Legal Issues in Cryptocurrency Bankruptcies

By Deal Contributors
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Published: July 19th, 2022
Several novel issues are likely to arise, including the treatment of custodial funds, the treatment of collateral held by cryptocurrency lenders that go bankrupt, avoidance actions and plan feasibility.
Restructuring

OpEd: Crypto Winter Arrives

By Deal Contributors
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Published: July 18th, 2022
Cryptocurrency businesses face certain unique issues when dealing with financial distress and may find out-of-court workouts — or even bankruptcy reorganizations — challenging.
Podcasts

Fresh Start: Professor Adam Levitin

By Stephanie Gleason
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Published: June 15th, 2022
The Georgetown Law professor discusses what could happen to investors in the event of a crypto exchange bankruptcy filing on the latest episode of the podcast.
Podcasts

Fresh Start: Professor Melissa Jacoby

By Stephanie Gleason
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Published: October 25th, 2021
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professor discusses finding the boundaries of bankruptcy in Purdue and more on the latest episode of Fresh Start.
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Fresh Start: Hilco's Ian Fredericks

By Stephanie Gleason
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Published: September 16th, 2021
The Hilco Merchant Resources president discusses the business of liquidation and the outlook for retail in the fourth quarter.
Podcasts

Fresh Start: Professor Jared Ellias

By Stephanie Gleason
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Published: July 22nd, 2021
The UC Hastings Law professor discusses his new paper, which quantifies a trend gaining increasing attention, the increase in directors with bankruptcy experience on the boards of companies entering Chapter 11.