Financial Distress Strategies - Advanced Boot Camp: New Rules of the New Game (San Francisco Presentation)

12/11/2008

Acquisition Finance, Banking + Financial Services, Business Restructuring + Insolvency, Borrower Representation, Corporate, Emerging Companies + Venture Capital, Compensation, Benefits + ERISA, Employment + Labor, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, Financial Transactions, Private Equity Funds, Intellectual Property Litigation, Interferences, Internal Investigations, IP Due Diligence, Technology Transactions, Mergers + Acquisitions, Private Equity Investments + Buyouts, Real Estate, Receivables Finance + Vendor Finance, REITs, Securities Litigation, Securities Enforcement, and White-Collar Defense

San Francisco, CA

Gavin B. GroverJohn M. Rafferty, and Adam A. Lewis

Adam A. LewisGavin B. Grover, and John M. Rafferty

Seminar

We share strategies and tactics for surviving a financial hurricane including our own forecast and guidance for being prepared as the storm gets worse.  We have prepared an advanced “boot camp”on legal and practical issues that both healthy and struggling companies need to be aware of to cope, respond, and we hope thrive, in the current crisis.  We started with the questions our clients are asking. We added practical analysis and “actionable” recommendations. The result is a crash course in survival skills for senior executives, M&A and corporate development professionals, and legal and finance executives.

We cover key bankruptcy, M&A and restructuring issues. We address personal liability issues for executives and directors.

Selected Topics Will Include:

  • Dealing with Distressed Third Parties – Counterparty Risks
  • Personal Liability Issues for Executives and Directors
  • Executive Compensation Issues
  • The Distressed Company – Workouts and Beyond
  • M&A Strategies in Times of Stress
  • Carve Outs and Reorganization of Troubled Subsidiaries

The “deal window” in distressed M&A opportunities can open and close very quickly. Learn more about distressed deal making strategies:

  • Loans to own and credit bids
  • “ABC” acquisitions
  • 363 transactions
  • Counterparty risks
  • Pre packaged and “lightning” deals
  • Foreclosure and sheriff’s sales
  • Solvency opinions and fraudulent conveyances

Guest Speakers:
Michael A. Maidy, Co-Founding, Managing Member, Sherwood Partners, LLC
Martin D. Pichinson, Co-Founding, Managing Member, Sherwood Partners, LLC
Sherwood Partners is a leading business consulting firm in connection with restructurings and wind ups.

This event is open to colleagues and guests.
There is no charge to attend this seminar.

Morrison & Foerster has an interdisiciplinary team of experts proactively monitoring developments as they unfold in these uncertain economic times. We regularly host seminars focused on specific issues targeted to helping companies manage risks and assess opportunities.

We are also doing a presentation in Palo Alto

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