Environmental Considerations in the Acquisition and Disposition of Distressed Companies and Assets

11 August 2020 Webinar Past Event

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Foley attorneys Gary Rover, Emil Khatchatourian and Nick Johnson discussed key environmental and bankruptcy considerations for companies, investors, and lenders as they consider the implications of acquiring or disposing of distressed and underperforming businesses and assets. Due to the unique and complicated way that environmental laws (“make the polluter pay”), bankruptcy laws, and typical commercial relationships intersect, strategic planning with respect to such matters can be helpful in managing or minimizing exposure to legacy environmental liabilities going forward. During this webinar, the attorneys provided an overview of the legal environment attendant to such matters and provided guideposts for managing issues in the current economic environment

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Environmental Considerations in the Acquisition and Disposition of Distressed Companies and Assets

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