Lisa Kresge was part of a three-person team that presented “Reorganization Opportunities in the Wake of COVID-19,” delivered via live webcast on December 3rd at the Annual New England Bankruptcy Law Conference of MCLE (Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education).
The program will be rebroadcast by MCLE on December 17th. Learn more here.
Lisa Kresge and her co-panelists explored changes to the bankruptcy and insolvency process in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, including new forms of equitable relief granted to debtors in retail cases and creative remedies brought about by business shutdowns—and how these COVID-specific rulings might have a lasting impact on the practice. Specific to Rhode Island, Lisa covered changes to the Rhode Island receivership process and “receivership reorganization” opportunities.
MCLE’s flagship 22nd Annual New England Bankruptcy Law Conference featured a Judicial Panel of six bankruptcy judges from the Districts of Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, and Vermont, as well as leading practitioners discussing the latest trends affecting both consumer and business bankruptcy practice.