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The SBRA and Its Impact on Trade Creditors (DR)
Given the number of troubled businesses on the rise, any company extending credit to another company faces the likelihood that one or more of its customers will end up in bankruptcy. Now, more than ever, it is critical for creditors to understand how the Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA), which took full effect in February, impacts creditor participation and other creditor rights under the revised Bankruptcy Code. This panel will examine, among others, the consequence of the SBRA on creditors under the newly added Subchapter V of the Bankruptcy Code, including the elimination of the creditors committee. The discussion will also cover provisions of the SBRA that provide creditors in all bankruptcy cases with major benefits through changes in preference laws. Finally, the panelists will examine tactics creditors could employ to manage receivables in these cases, and generally protect their rights in Subchapter V bankruptcy proceedings.
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