Mayer Brown partners Adam C. Paul, Sean T. Scott, Louis S. Chiappetta, Aaron Gavant, and Tyler R. Ferguson recently published an article for Mayer Brown’s Perspectives & Events portal on the December 16, 2021, decision in which Judge Colleen McMahon of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York reversed the bankruptcy
In an article for Mayer Brown’s COVID-19 Response Blog, Mayer Brown partners Brian Trust, Adam Paul, Tom Kiriakos, Sean Scott, Aaron Gavant, and associate Kyle Tum Suden discuss the intersection between paycheck protection program loans and DIP financing.
On December 19, 2019, the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit held in In re Millennium Lab Holdings II, LLC1 that bankruptcy courts have the constitutional authority, well within the constraints of Stern v. Marshall,2 to confirm Chapter 11 reorganization plans containing nonconsensual third-party releases. This decision is notable not only because it is the first federal circuit court of appeals decision addressing (and overruling) a Stern challenge to a bankruptcy court’s authority to approve such releases but also because it was issued in a circuit where the ability of a plan to otherwise provide for nonconsensual releases of third-party claims is already generally recognized.3
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