When and why can a court take control of a business away from its management and install a receiver? What does or can a receiver do once s/he is in place? What should a receiver do once s/he is in place? How much litigation does or should a receiver do in the course of the work? How does an attorney become a receiver? Judge Louis Bledsoe (North Carolina Business Court) and Melissa Visconti (Damian & Valori, Miami) talk about the processes, pitfalls and triggers for receivership. They also provide an overview of the work of the Receiverships and Fiduciaries subcommittee.
Stuart M. Riback
Stuart M. Riback is a member of the New York law firm of Wilk Auslander LLP. His practice is concentrated in the areas of commercial, financial, creditors’ rights, intellectual property, and cross-border…+ Follow