Robert Dremluk in NYLJ: Texas Two-Stepping Mass Tort Claimants

  Culhane Meadows’ New York partner Robert Dremluk recently authored an article for New York Law Journal about the Texas two-step reverse bankruptcy strategy.      
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Robert Dremluk in NYLJ: Shining a Light on Structured Dismissals

Culhane Meadows’ New York partner Robert Dremluk recently authored an article for New York Law Journal about the decision ‘In re KG Winddown,’ which clarified some unresolved issues about structured dismissals in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases.
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Robert Dremluk gives webinar through IBSA on insolvency and restructuring in a post-COVID world

Robert W. Dremluk from Culhane Meadows’ New York office is co-presenting a webinar titled “Insolvency and Restructuring in a Post-COVID World” hosted by The International Business Structuring Association (IBSA) on May 25, 2021 at 10:00 AM ET.
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Robert Dremluk in NYLJ – UCC Mezzanine Loan Collateral Sales: Commercial Reasonableness During COVID

Culhane Meadows’ New York partner Robert Dremluk recently authored an article for New York Law Journal about specifics of foreclosures of commercial property used as collateral on mezzanine loans during the pandemic.
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Robert Dremluk interviewed by National Real Estate Investor for an article about SMB bankruptcies and landlords

National Real Estate Investor recently interviewed our New York partner Robert Dremluk to discuss the impact that Subchapter 5 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code may have on landlords.
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Robert Dremluk authors article for LJN: Small Business Reorganization Act and Subchapter V

Law Journal Newsletters recently published an article authored by our New York partner Robert W. Dremluk that explores the purpose of Subchapter V in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process.
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Robert Dremluk interviewed by Millionacres for an article about the SBRA’s impact on Real Estate Investors in Chapter 11 bankruptcies

Millionacres recently interviewed our New York partner Robert Dremluk to discuss the SBRA’s impact on real estate investors in Chapter 11 bankruptcies.
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Robert W. Dremluk in NYLJ: The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019: Subchapter V

Robert W. Dremluk from our New York office recently authored an article for New York Law Journal that discusses the benefits of Subchapter V of the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 that provides small businesses with a realistic chance to restructure debt and reorganize their
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Robert Dremluk: Guidance for Navigating COVID-19’s Impact on Business

Robert Dremluk from our Bankruptcy, Distressed Debt & Restructuring team at Culhane Meadows PLLC provides guidance and recommendations for businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Bob Dremluk Provides Chapter 11 Restructuring Insights For Magnify Money

Magnify Money recently interviewed Bob Dremluk, one of our corporate/litigation partners, for a piece about Chapter 11 bankruptcy and restructuring. The interview, which can be found in full HERE, initially focuses on how Chapter 11 generally works including the automatic stay that ha
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Bob Dremluk’s Article in The Bankruptcy Strategist: Second Circuit Directs ‘Efficient Market Rate’ in lieu of ‘Formula Rate’

Bob Dremluk, a partner in the New York City office of Culhane Meadows, recently published an article in ALM’s The Bankruptcy Strategist about the Second Circuit’s decision in Momentive Performance Materials, Inc. v. BOKF, NA (In re MPM Silicones, L.L.C. ) where the Court instruc
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Bob Dremluk Publishes Update on Cram Down Interest Rates

Bob Dremluk has published a follow up article in The Bankruptcy Strategist and the Equipment Leasing Newsletter in connection with the cram down interest rate decision in the Momentive Chapter 11 cases. Briefly, United States District Judge Vincent L. Bricetti affirmed the confirmatio
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