Benjamin Kadden to Speak at New Orleans Bar Association Event


Lugenbuhl shareholder Benjamin Kadden will join fellow local and national bankruptcy practitioners to present a panel discussion focused on selling assets during a bankruptcy proceeding, which is commonly known as 363 sales. The event is presented by the New Orleans Bar Association and will take place on Thursday, July 12 from 1-4 p.m. at NOBA’s office, located at 650 Poydras Street in downtown New Orleans.

The program, “Strategies and Best Practices for the 363 Sale: Everything You Need to Know About the APA, Sale Order and Bidding Procedures,” will provide an introduction and advanced discussion on the 363 sales process, pros and cons and the key issues that frequently arise when negotiating and drafting asset purchase agreements, bidding procedures orders and sale orders.

The panel topic has relevancy beyond the bankruptcy space and will provide guidance and direction to lawyers and professionals representing debtors, secured parties and buyers. The program, co-hosted by the Bankruptcy Law and Business Transactions Committees, provides three hours of CLE credit. The cost for NOBA members is $90 and $125 for non-members. For more information and to register, visit the NOBA website.

Benjamin frequently speaks at local, national and international conferences. As a key member of Lugenbuhl’s bankruptcy practice, Benjamin has represented debtors, creditors and creditor committees in large and complex commercial bankruptcy cases. More information about his experience and areas of practice is available on his profile.

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