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Bankruptcy & Corporate Reorganization

The Committee on Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganization focuses on issues relevant to corporate and individual bankruptcies and corporate out-of-court restructurings. Committee members include lawyers who specialize in representing debtors and creditors in restructurings involving large companies and lawyers who focus on bankruptcy cases for individuals as well as bankruptcy judges and other government representatives, scholars and financial advisors that work in these areas, all of whom help to provide additional and different perspectives to the topics addressed by the Committee.

The Committee serves several roles important to the practice of law in its areas of focus, including facilitating and developing conversations on important and sometimes contentious issues in the restructuring arena through committee discussions and public panel discussions, preparing comment letters on proposed legislation and rule-making and advising and assisting bankruptcy courts on matters of significance to them.


Recent Reports

Amicus Brief: Baker Botts LLP v. Asarco LLC (U.S. Supreme Court)(December 2014) ( PDF ) 
Subject area: Attorneys Fees

Amicus Brief: Geron v. Seyfarth Shaw LLP (NYS Court of Appeals, April 2014) ( PDF ) 
Subject area: Unfinished Business Doctrine 

Amicus Brief: Geron v. Seyfarth Shaw LLP (US Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, June 2013) ( PDF ) 
Subject area: Unfinished Business Doctrine

For the full list of committee reports click here


Related Events

11/06: Pension and Legacy Issues in Detroit Bankruptcy: The crisis in public sector plans and what can and should be accomplished through bankruptcy?