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Vallejo Employees Fight City’s Bankruptcy in Federal Court

June 27, 2008 Announcement

Vallejo's employees today filed objections in court challenging the City's eligibility for bankruptcy, to protect Vallejo taxpayers, critical city services and wages and health care coverage for employees and retirees.

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Crushing Impact of Coronavirus on Wine Businesses and Lenders (Webinar)

Join speakers, Gary Kaplan and Matt Lewis, on the webinar as they discuss "Crushing Impact of Coronavirus on Wine Businesses and Lenders." The COVID-19 pandemic will impact different wine businesses in a variety of...

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Non-Residential Lease Default Workouts, Security Deposits and Bankruptcy

What are the bankruptcy implications of the treatment of a tenant’s security deposit following a payment default?  Many non-residential tenants are now or are likely in the future to be unable to pay rent...

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Questions Wineries Need to Answer Before Talking With Lenders About Coronavirus-Caused Financial Woes

The coronavirus pandemic and public health efforts to combat it will impact different wine businesses in different ways. Those that depend upon on-premise and direct-to-consumer (DTC) sales — such as restaurant, hospitality, and tasting room...

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Hospitality Companies and Their Lenders: Preparing for Difficult Conversations

In a sudden reversal of generally expansionary trends, the hospitality business has been among the most immediate and badly hit economic sectors as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting stay-at-home and...

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Wine Businesses, Lenders, and Difficult Conversations

The COVID-19 pandemic and public health efforts to combat it will impact different wine businesses in different ways. Those that depend on on-premise and direct-to-consumer (DTC) sales, such as restaurant, hospitality, and tasting room...

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