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US Bankruptcy Filing Limitations - How Far Can You Go?

by Dechert LLP on

In order to file for bankruptcy, a corporate entity must be legally authorized to do so. Whether the bankruptcy petition has been duly authorized is governed by state law and often depends on the entity’s governance...more

Commercial Division allows fraudulent conveyance claims to proceed in two separate cases

In a pair of recent decisions, Justices Shirley W. Kornreich and Lawrence K. Marks of the Commercial Division ruled that creditors could proceed on their fraudulent conveyance claims seeking reversal of asset transfers made...more

Hotel Properties Tricky Collateral For Loans

by Bilzin Sumberg on

As funding slowly returns for hotel properties, lenders should be more cautious when underwriting hotels as collateral for loans. Unlike other types of commercial real estate properties such as retail, office or multifamily...more

Check Lender Reservations on Hotel Deals: Asset-specific issues prompt a closer look from lenders at hotel collateral

by Bilzin Sumberg on

Funding is returning slowly for hotel properties, as many lenders have learned the hard way that hotels can be tricky collateral. Commercial mortgage brokers can expect these lenders to be more cautious when reviewing hotel...more

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