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How Restructuring Cos. Can Initiate Exchange Offers

Law360, New York (March 19, 2014, 3:30 PM EDT) -- In the event that the parties with whom a company needs to negotiate in order to achieve its restructuring is a small group of creditors, such as one or two lenders under a loan agreement, the holder of a promissory note, a handful of debt security holders and/or a landlord or trade creditor, the company may find it relatively easy to contact, communicate and agree upon a resolution with such creditors.

However, in the event that the company has issued public debt securities (whether they are regularly traded or not), the company may have a difficult time (a) finding all of...

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