Wednesday, May 15, 2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
The Queen City Club
May Members Lunch
At the Intersection of IP and Bankruptcy
Wednesday, May 15th
Queen City Club | 331 E 4th St. Cincinnati Ohio, 45202
11:30am – Networking
12:00pm – 1:00pm – Lunch & Program
Who gets the rights of a licensee when a licensor files for bankruptcy? This panel will discuss exclusive and non-exclusive IP licenses, security interest in IP licenses and the valuation of IP in the context of insolvency or forced sales.
Director with over 10 years of experience in the appraisal field valuing assets including business enterprises, equity interests, intellectual property, inventory, rental streams, and derivatives. Significant experience using valuation techniques including discounted cash flow and market multiple approaches under scenarios including but not limited to fair market value, fair value, orderly liquidation value, and forced liquidation value. Valuation work has been used for mergers and acquisitions, financial reporting, asset-based lending, tax, capital raises, litigation, bankruptcy, fairness opinions, and solvency opinions. Accredited Senior Appraiser and Vice President of the American Society of Appraisers’ Chicago Chapter.
David Redden is a Vice President and senior restructuring officer for Fifth Third Bank who works with distressed borrowers to improve the outcome for all stakeholders.
Specializing in working with highly-leveraged and underperforming borrowers primarily in manufacturing and service based businesses; Dave has led and supervised hundreds of workouts involving billions of dollars. As his career has progressed, Dave has worked with borrowers ranging from business banking clients to publicly traded multi-national corporations.
Jason Stitt practices in the firm’s Commercial Finance & Reorganization Group concentrating in the areas of bankruptcy, reorganization and creditors’ rights. He counsels individuals and companies in matters related to federal bankruptcy cases, including plan confirmation, substantive consolidation, relief from stay, §363 sales and bid procedures, disallowance of claims, DIP financing, non-dischargeability of debts, and mass tort asbestos bankruptcies, and out-of-court debt restructuring and work-outs. Jason routinely advises clients regarding contractual rights in bankruptcy and liquidation matters and priority rights under the Uniform Commercial Code.
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