A financially troubled corporation confronts many issues, including those raised by federal income tax law. While relevant income tax law is based on a few policies that are relatively simple to summarize, implementation of these policies drives significant complexity.
“It’s like déjà vu all over again.”
— Yogi Berra
Everyone is feeling the impacts of the highest rate of inflation in decades, with the Consumer Price Index (CPI) still reporting a 8.3% year-over-year rate of inflation. Many pundits are blaming the impact of the Russian sanctions as a primary driver. This month, U.S. companies reporting earnings are repeating the same mantra.
“Digital assets, including cryptocurrencies, have seen explosive growth in recent years, surpassing a $3 trillion market cap last November and up from $14 billion just five years prior. Surveys suggest that around 16 percent of adult Americans — approximately 40 million people — have invested in, traded, or used cryptocurrencies.” — White House Fact Sheet.
Nonconsensual third-party releases in bankruptcy are the hot topic of debate recently. Even though there is no provision of the Bankruptcy Code that expressly authorizes these releases, no Code provision prohibits them, either.
Hello, Commercial and Regulatory Law Committee members! As you might have noticed, our committee’s leadership has changed quite a bit, so we thought we would take a moment to introduce ourselves.
On October 27, 2021, at 12:00 noon EDT, the Commercial and Regulatory Law Committee hosted a webinar, “CFPB Mortgage Servicing Regulations and Their Effects on Bankruptcy: An Update.” The panelists discussed the background and scope of the latest mortgage-servicing regulations promulgated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), and how they impact your day-to-day ba
“One pill makes you larger
And one pill makes you small….”
— “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane
For the Winter Leadership Conference, the topic of our committee’s panel, “Anatomy of a Pharmaceutical Bankruptcy Case,” was a collaboration of the Financial Advisors/Investment Bankers and the Commercial and Regulatory Law Committees. Moderator Jeff Garfinkle led panelists Hon.
Hosted by the Ethics and Professional Compensation and Commercial and Regulatory Law Committees Social media and privacy are areas of opportunity — and concern. Today’s law practice requires that care be taken in both areas. This panel will explore the impact of privacy and social media issues on security, ethics and compensation.
Labor Issues in 363 Sales: Things You Need to Know
Hospitality and the Tax Man: Historical Hospitality Tax Issues in Distress
Tax-Sharing Agreements in Bankruptcy that Have Been the Subject of Recent Appeals Courts Decisions
Hemorrhaging Hospitals: Labor Issues in the Healthcare Insolvency E.R.
The purpose of this call was to seek thoughts, suggestions, and assistance in setting and achieving new goals and objectives for the Committee. For example, they discussed ideas and topics for future newsletters, webinars, and educational sessions at ABI’s Winter Leadership Conference and Annual Spring Meeting. Additionally, the Committee discussed ideas for networking events and special projects for the Committee. Participating in future calls is a great way to get more involved!
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