Governance for Distressed Companies
Arnold & Porter’s Michael L. Bernstein discusses the special importance of corporate governance for stressed or distressed companies, and in insolvency situations. Every action taken by an officer or director may be put under a microscope, and potential conflict issues, along with the increased risk of litigation, require careful guidance as soon as a company begins to experience distress. Bernstein discusses how companies in distress may be able to avoid litigation and potentially reduce the likelihood of meritorious claims.
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