June 23, 2020
Compliance with securities laws is a crucial element of any restructuring. This webcast addresses a range of potential securities laws issues arising in a variety of restructuring and bankruptcy scenarios (whether out of court or in a free-fall, pre-negotiated or pre-packaged case under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code), including the registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933 (and potential exemptions therefrom); the potential application of the tender offer regulations under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934; the role of Regulation FD for public company debtors and other concerns about material non-public information that may be obtained in creditor diligence of debtor-provided information and negotiations with the debtor; issues arising under the Trust Indenture Act of 1939; and more.
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Alan Bannister is a partner in the New York office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and a member of the Firm’s Capital Markets, Global Finance, Securities Regulation & Corporate Governance and Business Restructuring & Reorganization Practice Groups. Mr. Bannister concentrates his practice on securities and other corporate transactions, acting for underwriters and issuers (including foreign private issuers), as well as strategic or other investors, in high yield, equity (including ADRs and GDRs), and other securities offerings, including U.S. public offerings, Rule 144A offerings, other private placements and Regulation S offerings, as well as re-capitalizations, NYSE and NASDAQ listings, shareholder rights offerings, spin-offs, PIPEs, exchange offers, other general corporate transactions and other advice regarding compliance with U.S. securities laws, as well as general corporate advice. Mr. Bannister also advises issuers and underwriters on dual listings in the U.S. and on various exchanges across Europe, Latin America and Asia. In addition, Mr. Bannister works closely with the Gibson Dunn bankruptcy and restructuring team, advising on applicable securities laws issues that arise in such transactions.
Michael A. Rosenthal is a partner in the New York office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and Co-Chair of Gibson Dunn’s Business Restructuring & Reorganization Practice Group. Mr. Rosenthal has extensive experience in reorganizing distressed businesses and related corporate reorganization and debt restructuring matters. He has represented complex, financially distressed companies, both in out-of-court restructurings and in pre-packaged, pre-negotiated and free-fall chapter 11 cases, acquirors of distressed assets and investors in distressed businesses. Mr. Rosenthal’s representations have spanned a variety of business sectors, including investment banking, private equity, energy, retail, shipping, manufacturing, real estate, engineering, construction, medical, airlines, media, telecommunications and banking.
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