Option III – Structured Bankruptcy Dismissals are Alive and Well Even After Jevic

Intro Justice Breyer of the Supreme Court previously recognized that a chapter 11 bankruptcy case can generally lead to the following results: reorganization through a confirmed chapter 11 plan, where a deal with creditors can be achieved; conversion of the the case to chapter 7, where no deal with creditors can be achieved; and dismissal… Continue reading Option III – Structured Bankruptcy Dismissals are Alive and Well Even After Jevic

Private Equity Firm and Owner Face Potential WARN Act Liability in Portfolio Companies’ Chapter 7 Bankruptcies

Private Equity Firm and Owner Face Potential WARN Act Liability in Portfolio Companies' Chapter 7 Bankruptcies

In Shameeka Ien v. TransCare Corp., et al. (In re TransCare Corp.), Case No. 16-10407, Adv. P. No. 16-01033 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. May 7, 2020) [D.I. 157], the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York recently refused to dismiss WARN Act claims against Patriarch Partners, LLC, private equity firm (“PE Firm“), and its owner,… Continue reading Private Equity Firm and Owner Face Potential WARN Act Liability in Portfolio Companies’ Chapter 7 Bankruptcies