Cash Is King. An army may march on its stomach, but for companies, it’s liquidity that keeps the business going. For many companies, typical sources of liquidity, beyond cash flow from sales or other revenue, are (1) financing from banks or other secured lenders, (2) credit from vendors that can reduce immediate liquidity needs, and (3) when

The credit crisis has made it difficult for companies to borrow throughout the economy. It should come as little surprise then that the constriction in the credit markets is hitting Chapter 11 debtors in possession as well. According to an article entitled "Bankruptcy financing gets pricier and more elusive," debtor in possession financing (commonly known as "DIP financing")

The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York has announced proposed changes to its Local Bankruptcy Rules in light of the recent amendments to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure that took effect on December 1, 2007. Many of the largest business bankruptcy cases are filed in the Southern District of