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Mike King, Philip Mitchell, and Brian Fullmer address New Subchapter 5 Bankruptcy Law for the SWBCS
December 8, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
On Feb. 19, 2020, a new law went into effect known as SBRA, or the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019, also known as “Subchapter 5”. The new Bankruptcy Code will provide for a more compact and easier version of Chapter 11 Reorganizations for small business, corporate and individual debtors.
The new statute has important implications for businesses. SBRA is aimed at simplifying the bankruptcy process for small businesses by increasing efficiency, lowering costs, and easing the plan confirmation process. It could mean the difference between weathering the storm or having to close one’s doors and liquidate one’s assets. .
All this sounds great if you’re the debtor. Credit Professionals on the other hand need to know what their best defenses are. That’s where we can help.
Mike King, Philip Mitchell and Brian Fullmer of the Bankruptcy & Creditors Rights team of Gammage & Burnham will guide you through the details of this new law, and show you the best defenses you can mount to protect your position.
Tuesday, December 8th, Noon to 2pm, Arizona Time (11am to 1pm Pacific Time)
SWBCS clients are invited at no charge. All others, $50 registration/tuition.
Learn more at https://swbcs.com
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