Tag Archives: New York

Delaware Bankruptcy Court Upholds Reclamation Creditors’ Rights

Vendors – take note! The Delaware bankruptcy court In re Reichhold Holdings US Inc. recently issued an important ruling for vendors asserting reclamation rights. Under section 546(c) of the Bankruptcy Code, a vendor may reclaim goods sold on credit to an insolvent debtor that has filed bankruptcy. Reichhold addressed an issue plaguing reclamation claimants:  does … Continue reading this entry

Addressing Climate Change in SEC Filings and Other Public Disclosures: What These Disclosures Mean for Businesses

Regulatory agencies are focusing on required climate change-related disclosures in securities filings and other public disclosures, seeking to ensure not only that such disclosures are made, but also that they are supported by adequate evidence, consistent with other public statements, and sufficiently specific with respect to the disclosing entity’s business. Companies making such disclosures should … Continue reading this entry