“How Businesses Can Leverage New Bankruptcy Laws” Webinar Series

Author: Scarinci Hollenbeck|February 28, 2022

Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner David Edelberg to Present at the Meadowlands Chamber Small Business Counsel March Meeting on How Small to Midsize Businesses Can Leverage New Bankruptcy Laws 
“How Businesses Can Leverage New Bankruptcy Laws” Webinar Series

“How Businesses Can Leverage New Bankruptcy Laws” Webinar Series

Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner David Edelberg to Present at the Meadowlands Chamber Small Business Counsel March Meeting on How Small to Midsize Businesses Can Leverage New Bankruptcy Laws 

On Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022, Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner David Edelberg will present “How to Leverage New Bankruptcy Laws for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses” in a hybrid event hosted in collaboration between the firm and the Meadowlands Chamber. The event is part of the Small Business Council Webinar Series, a monthly meeting for members of the Meadowlands Chamber’s Small Business Council that addresses topics of interest to small business owners & executives.

During the webinar, Mr. Edelberg will discuss the recent changes in bankruptcy law, the incentives available to small businesses recovering from COVID-19 losses, and how to plan ahead for 2022. In addition, the webinar will cover restructuring options when debts become overwhelming and small business bankruptcy, including subchapter V and chapter 11 reorganization.

You can register for the “How to Leverage New Reorganization Laws for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses” webinar at: https://local.meadowlands.org/events/Small-Business-Council-Presents-How-to-Leverage-New-Reorganization-Laws-for-Small-and-MidSized-Companies-6918/register?entityDomainId=1&secure=True 

About David Edelberg

David Edelberg is a member of Scarinci Hollenbeck’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights practice group. Mr. Edelberg has extensive experience handling a wide variety of bankruptcy matters. He focuses his practice on Debtor Representation, Creditors’ Rights, and Banking and Financial Services Litigation. Mr. Edelberg represents businesses, financial institutions, and individuals in distressed financial situations at every stage of the process.

You can learn more about Mr. Edelberg’s legal practice at: https://scarincihollenbeck.com/attorney/david-edelberg 

About Meadowlands Chamber Small Business Council

Designed specifically for the largest segment of Meadowlands Chamber membership, the Small Business Council (SBC) provides business programming via networking, information sessions and business owner roundtable groups that resemble a board of directors discussing best practices and advising on encountered business situations. The SBC hosts a monthly workshop to address topics of interest to small business owners & executives.

You can learn more about the Small Business Council as well as other Meadowlands Chamber committees and councils at: https://meadowlands.org/committees/  


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“How Businesses Can Leverage New Bankruptcy Laws” Webinar Series

“How Businesses Can Leverage New Bankruptcy Laws” Webinar Series
Author: Scarinci Hollenbeck

On Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022, Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner David Edelberg will present “How to Leverage New Bankruptcy Laws for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses” in a hybrid event hosted in collaboration between the firm and the Meadowlands Chamber. The event is part of the Small Business Council Webinar Series, a monthly meeting for members of the Meadowlands Chamber’s Small Business Council that addresses topics of interest to small business owners & executives.

During the webinar, Mr. Edelberg will discuss the recent changes in bankruptcy law, the incentives available to small businesses recovering from COVID-19 losses, and how to plan ahead for 2022. In addition, the webinar will cover restructuring options when debts become overwhelming and small business bankruptcy, including subchapter V and chapter 11 reorganization.

You can register for the “How to Leverage New Reorganization Laws for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses” webinar at: https://local.meadowlands.org/events/Small-Business-Council-Presents-How-to-Leverage-New-Reorganization-Laws-for-Small-and-MidSized-Companies-6918/register?entityDomainId=1&secure=True 

About David Edelberg

David Edelberg is a member of Scarinci Hollenbeck’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights practice group. Mr. Edelberg has extensive experience handling a wide variety of bankruptcy matters. He focuses his practice on Debtor Representation, Creditors’ Rights, and Banking and Financial Services Litigation. Mr. Edelberg represents businesses, financial institutions, and individuals in distressed financial situations at every stage of the process.

You can learn more about Mr. Edelberg’s legal practice at: https://scarincihollenbeck.com/attorney/david-edelberg 

About Meadowlands Chamber Small Business Council

Designed specifically for the largest segment of Meadowlands Chamber membership, the Small Business Council (SBC) provides business programming via networking, information sessions and business owner roundtable groups that resemble a board of directors discussing best practices and advising on encountered business situations. The SBC hosts a monthly workshop to address topics of interest to small business owners & executives.

You can learn more about the Small Business Council as well as other Meadowlands Chamber committees and councils at: https://meadowlands.org/committees/