IECA Bankruptcy Webinar Series Part 2: Planning Ahead: Part I What Business Lawyers and Credit Professionals Should Know About Bankruptcy Law Part II Brief Overview of CARES Act Federal Coronavirus Relief

April 22, 2020
Event Type
Mickey Etkin
Phil Lookadoo
Jeremy Weinstein
Francis Lawall

Part II of the program will examine bankruptcy strategies to maximize your position and minimize loss as well as providing a brief discussion of the federal stimulus relief available under the $2.2 trillion CARES Act, focusing on: Title I, the $350 billion Paycheck Protection Program (SBA) loans for small businesses, and Title IV, the $500 billion relief fund for large companies, State and Local governments, and Midsize Businesses, including nonprofit organizations.

Learning Objective: A continued discussion on how to identify the signs of an impending customer bankruptcy, tools to use before and after a bankruptcy filing, a review of the bankruptcy process, strategies to employ while a customer is in bankruptcy and a review of the latest federal economic relief programs.

Moderator: Craig Enochs, Reed Smith

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