Tag Archives: bankruptcy litigation

Tribune Execs Must Contribute Personal Assets to $200 Million Settlement

Billionaire Sam Zell and other former executives of the bankrupt Tribune Company have reached a $200 million deal to settle the bankruptcy trustee’s adversarial claims against them arising out of the disastrous 2007 leveraged buyout (LBO) of the company. According to press reports about the settlement, the $200 million settlement amount will “significantly” exceed the … Continue Reading

Guest Post: Playing the Blame Game: Fiduciary Duty Litigation in Bankruptcy Proceedings

An unfortunately frequent part of bankruptcy proceedings is the assertion of claims against the directors and officers of the failed company. In the following guest post, Joseph W. Swanson and Donald R. Kirk of the Carlton Fields law firm take a look at the kinds of claims these officials face, as well as the steps … Continue Reading
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