Reorganizing Failing Businesses, Third Edition, is the culmination of more than two decades of work by dozens of experts in bankruptcy, insolvency, and myriad other areas of law that impact the restructuring of a troubled business. Revised and expanded, this valuable, two-volume, desk reference presents the totality of the restructuring process as it is practiced today, with detailed explanations of the laws, customs, and techniques that are central to restructurings. This comprehensive treatise covers in-depth treatment of chapter 11 reorganizations; out-of-court restructurings; specialized restructuring situations (such as prepackaged plans, transnational restructurings and cross-border insolvencies, mass tort cases, and airline cases); and the implications of related areas of law, including taxation, securities, environmental, intellectual property, labor and employment, lender liability, criminal, financial market, and competition law.

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