Cramming Down Secured Debt and the Section 1111(b) Counter-Measure

On Tuesday, February 10, 2015, the Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section of the Bar Association of San Francisco will present a lunch program entitled “Cramming Down Secured Debt and the Section 1111(b) Counter-Measure,” explaining the most significant moves a debtor can make to modify mortgages and other liens and the countermoves the credit might take.  Reno Fernandez is the Section’s Immediate Past Chair.
Cramming Down Secured Debt and the Section 1111(b) Counter-Measure

Speakers
Robert G. Harris
Binder & Malter
Michael St. James
St. James Law
Topics
• The Nuts and Bolts of Cramming Down a Secured Creditor
• The (Under) Secured Creditor’s Leading Counter-Measures
• Future Value, Credit Bidding, and How it all Plays Out in Practice

Time and Place
February 10, 2015
Noon to 1:30 pm
The City Club
155 Sansome Street
San Francisco, California
RSVP HERE

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