CR&B Alert: Commercial Restructuring & Bankruptcy News - December 2010, Issue 4

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IN THIS ISSUE:

• Swaps — page 2

• Delaware Bankruptcy Court Sheds Light on the Common Interest Doctrine Preventing the Waiver of Privileged Communications — page 2

• The Donald Trumps Icahn - Intercreditor Agreement Restrictions on Junior Lenders Not Controlling in Consideration of Approval of Nonconsensual Reorganization Plan — page 3

• Creditors of Insolvent Subsidiaries May Bring Derivative Actions Against Parent Company’s Officers and Directors for Breach of Fiduciary Duties — page 5

• Credit Bidding Cannot Be Prohibited – The Recent Decision in River Road Hotel Partners — page 7

• Consideration of a TRAC Clause Under the UCC and Economic Realities Required To Determine if Equipment Leases are True Leases or Disguised Financing — page 8

• In a Case of First Impression, the Circuit Court Determines That a Trustee of a Securitized Investment Pool is a ‘Transferee’ in a Preference Action — page 10

• Post-Confirmation Cramdown Interest Rate: ‘Market Formula’ Applies to Oversecured Loan in this Developing Area — page 11

• A Proposed Plan’s Voting Stock Allocation Causes an Incurable Change-of-Control Breach and Impermissible Reinstatement of Secured Debt — page 12

• Compensation Distributions Triggered by Events Outside the Debtor’s Control are Property of the Estate and Subject to Avoidance — page 13

• Trustee’s Use of Strong-Arm Powers Limited Where State UCC Gives Priority to the Lender That Perfects its Lien Post-Petition — page 15

• Funds ‘Earmarked’ for Bondholders Not Property of the Estate and Not Subject to Avoidance — page 16

• ‘Ordinary Course of Business’ Enables Supplier To Keep Payments in a Preference Action — page 17

• Omission of Plat in a Mortgage Renders Its Recording a Nullity, Provides No Notice to the Trustee and Subjects the Mortgage to Avoidance — page 19

• Bankruptcy Court (Mostly) Dismisses Complaint Against Pre-petition Lenders Based On Alleged Inequitable Conduct — page 20

• Undersecured Mortgage Lenders May Include Fees & Costs in Arrearage Cure Amount of Chapter 13 Debtor Under Section 1322(e) —page 22

• Counsel’s Corner — page 23

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