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Creditor's committee

A group representing firms that have claims on a company facing bankruptcy or extreme financial difficulty.

Creditor's Committee

In bankruptcy, an ad hoc committee of creditors who have an interest in seeing as much debt as possible recovered from the person or company filing for bankruptcy.
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While not required, many creditors' committees adopt by-laws that provide the framework for rules relating to meetings, notices, quorums, voting and confidentiality.
The LCM eliminates official creditors' committees, a mechanism perceived as the representative voice of the creditors body in other foreign jurisdictions, because it apparently allowed for the type of cronyism that came to be known as the "bankruptcy ring" in the United States prior to the enactment of the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978.
Creditors can insist upon stronger and more affirmative action by counsel to creditors' committees, trustees and others employed in the administration of a bankruptcy case as a result of a 1998 decision by Bankruptcy Judge Henry J.
Second, I've been on a number of creditors' committees over the years, and I find that they generally fall into two factions.
The current system of determining the composition of creditors' committees which does not permit court overview, supervision and intervention frustrates the check and balance system created by the U.S.
For the next several months, creditors were able to get fast information about: the bankruptcy case and the case number; the current day's cash balance; the DIP financing; creditors' committees; and to request a mailing of financial information.
This potential liability may cast a chill on creditor participation on Creditors' Committees and may further discourage a committee from vigorously representing the interests of unsecured creditors.
At the annual NACM Legislative and Critical Issues Conference held in March of this year, a program was devoted to ethics involving creditors' committees. "Creditors Committees: Ethics & Realities.
More often, debtors will work with their secured creditors and creditors' committees to formulate a plan of reorganization that will serve all of their interests.
He regularly represents trade creditors, creditors' committees, secured lenders and other secured creditors, landlords, preference and fraudulent transfer defendants, trustees, liquidating trustees, bondholders, Chapter 11 debtors-in-possession and many others.
Additionally, he has represented debtors, Chapter 11 and 7 trustees, receivers, assignees, creditors' committees, equity holders, secured creditors, private equity firms, and hedge funds over the course of his 20 year career.View the full article from NJBIZ at http://www.njbiz.com/article/20181023/NJBIZ01/181029966/bankruptcy-partner-joins-lowenstein-sandler.
(34) But the Principles depart from the Group of Ten report to emphasize the benefits of negotiated solutions with creditors' committees.