Randy Klein, Chair of Goldberg Kohn's Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights Group, is presenting "Creditors’ Committees: What Are They Good For?" at the American Bankruptcy Institute's 12th Annual Complex Financial Restructuring Program in Philadelphia.
ABI’s Complex Financial Restructuring Program is unique in that it goes beyond financial and legal theory and takes a practical look into the strategies of restructuring professionals: attorneys, investment bankers and financial advisors. This day-long program, based on a real case study of a troubled company’s efforts to reorganize, will provide insight and practical advice on how to deal with the ethical dilemmas, strategic decisions and negotiations that are part of the day-to-day reality of restructuring practice.
Panels will address key stages of the restructuring process in order to highlight how a company can lose control of its own reorganization. Presenters will consider such questions as the appropriate level of advocacy, the ethics of giving particular advice that favors the advising professional, and other common reorganization dilemmas.
The program will be held Nov. 5, 2015, at the Wharton School in Philadelphia.