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Richard Bendix to be Panelist at American Bankruptcy Institute’s Annual Spring Meeting

Will Use Case Study to Explore Issues Surrounding § 1111(b) Election and Plan Feasibility

March 13, 2013

Richard M. Bendix, Jr., member and co-leader of Dykema’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice Group, will participate in a panel discussion on issues relating to § 1111(b) Election and Plan Feasibility at the American Bankruptcy Institute’s 31st Annual Spring Meeting, to be held in National Harbor, Maryland, on April 18-21, 2013.

Bendix will be one of four panelists – including a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge and two other legal practitioners – who will discuss the issues surrounding a lender’s decision on whether or not to make an election under § 1111(b). Among the topics to be covered in this discussion:  cramdown plan feasibility, voting issues, and the importance of solid mathematical analysis.

This four-day Annual Meeting is the American Bankruptcy Institute’s premier event. More than 1100 senior-level insolvency professionals, including attorneys, financial advisers, trustees, judges, accountants and turnaround experts, are expected to attend. The program is accredited, offering more than 18.25/22 hours of CLE/CPE in some states.