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Digging for Help Part 2: Additional Key Issues in Metals Exploration Bankruptcies

Last week, we discussed the complexities of metals exploration chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and addressed several of the notable issues that arise in those cases. The discussion of significant issues continues below. Enforceability of Rights of First Refusal  Mining exploration is often undertaken by partners, one of which may contribute the mining properties and the … Continue Reading

“A Bankruptcy Court Is Not A Collection Agency”: A Lesson On When Not To File An Involuntary Bankruptcy Petition

Many a bankruptcy attorney has been approached by an angry client who is owed a large amount from, or has obtained a judgment against another party, but has been frustrated in efforts to collect and wants to “throw them into bankruptcy.”  After trying to calm the client down, the attorney will go over the technical … Continue Reading