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Another Page In The Issuer-Bondholder Playbook

Law360, New York (December 11, 2017, 2:35 PM EST) -- When a borrower or issuer finds itself in a distressed situation, management, shareholders and/or private equity sponsors will often identify specific assets that are of the greatest value and attempt to isolate those assets from the distressed company as a whole. Such assets may be specific items of intellectual property or specific lines of business. It is often in the best interests of management and the shareholders to extract as much cash or other value out of those assets as possible, either to improve the balance...
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