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Healthcare and Education

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 78 minutes
Recorded Date: May 18, 2017
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10:00 am - 11:15 am
  • The Higher Education Act
  • Title IV
  • Student Claims
  • Student Loans
  • Healthcare Industry Market Trends
  • Bankruptcy Code Section 363: Sales of Assets adn other Statutory Predicates
  • Not-For-Profit Laws and Regulations
  • Notable Trends
  • Government Deals and Prepackaged Reorganization Plans
  • Other Key Considerations
Runtime: 1 hour and 18 minutes
Recorded: May 18, 2017


In this program, the panelists will delve into the various issues looming over the health care and education industries, including (1) the potential changes in policy under the Trump administration, (2) overleveraged institutions and (3) the differing issues facing the for-profit and nonprofit sectors.

This program was recorded as part of the New York City Bankruptcy Conference on May 18th, 2017.

Provided By

American Bankruptcy Institute
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Hon. Sean H. Lane

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge
U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York

Hon. Sean H. Lane is a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of New York in New York, sworn in on Sept. 7, 2010. He clerked for Hon. Edmund V. Ludwig, U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, from 1991-92, as well as for Hon. Charles R. Richey, U.S. District Judge for the District of Columbia, from 1992-93. From 1993-97, he practiced with the law firm of Baker- Hostetler in Washington, D.C., and thereafter served as a trial attorney in the Department of Justice, Civil Division, National Courts Section, until 2000. From 2000 until he was appointed to the bench, Judge Lane served as an assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York and was also chief of the Tax & Bankruptcy Unit of that office. During his time in the U.S. Attorney’s Office, he was awarded the Attorney General’s Distinguished Service Award in 2005 and the Henry L. Stimson Medal by the New York City Bar Association in 2008.

Judge Lane is a member of the Federal Bar Council and has served as an adjunct professor at both New York University School of Law and Fordham Law School.

He received his B.A. from New York University College of Art & Science in 1987 and his J.D. from New York University School of Law in 1991.

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Kasey Rosado

Senior Managing Director
Ankura Consluting Group

Kasey Rosado is a Senior Managing Director at Ankura based in Parsippany with over 15 years of financial, operational, and leadership experience specializing in financial restructurings and operational turnarounds, including advising under-performing and distressed companies. Kasey has assisted companies, lenders, and financial sponsors in addressing complex financial and operational matters. She has worked on domestic and international engagements across a broad range of industries including consumer products and manufacturing, media and entertainment, for-profit education, healthcare, restaurant food service, retail and apparel, and technology.

Prior to joining Ankura, Kasey was a managing director at CDG Group where she specialized in advising clients in evaluating, developing, and executing financial and strategic alternatives, including business and organizational realignment, product repositioning, financial measurement and benchmarking, debt capacity assessment, and refinancing.

During her tenure at CDG, Kasey played an integral role in helping clients streamline organizational processes across key functional departments to increase visibility and accountability, while focusing on measurability and profitability. Kasey has also provided leadership to clients during periods of change in the executive ranks while working with board members and financial sponsors to rebuild executive teams that will provide the appropriate level of leadership for the organization.

Prior to joining CDG Group, Kasey was with PwC and specialized in assisting troubled companies and their creditors in financial restructurings and operational turnarounds.

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Frank A. Oswald

Togut, Segal & Segal LLP

Mr. Oswald is a partner in Togut, Segal & Segal LLP, which he joined in 1986 following internships with the late Hon. Conrad B. Duberstein, Chief Bankruptcy Judge, and the Hon. Cecilia Goetz, Bankruptcy Judge (retired) in the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York. For more than 30 years Mr. Oswald has focused his practice exclusively on bankruptcy, out-of-court restructurings and creditors' rights matters and has represented clients in all facets of bankruptcy cases as well as insolvency issues in business transactions.

Mr. Oswald has represented Chapter 11 debtors, bankruptcy trustees, creditors' committees, secured and unsecured creditors, shareholders, distressed investors, defendants in avoidance actions, mediators, plan administrators, as well as landlords and tenants in bankruptcy cases, and entities seeking to acquire assets out of bankruptcy.

Mr. Oswald has been named a New York Super Lawyer every year since 2010. He is also a member of the Board of the Turnaround Management Association (NY Chapter); a member of the ABI's Committee on Healthcare Law; and a ranked lawyer in Chambers USA.

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William J. Nolan

Senior Managing Director, Corporate Finance
FTI Consulting, Inc.

William J. Nolan is a Senior Managing Director in the FTI Consulting Corporate Finance/Restructuring practice and is based in Charlotte. Mr. Nolan has worked in all areas of corporate recovery, including working with senior management in business turnarounds and corporate bankruptcy. He has more than twenty years of diverse financial consulting and management experience.

Mr. Nolan has considerable experience working with senior management teams in the areas of financial and operational restructuring, loan workouts and business planning. He has assisted management in developing business plans, devising short to medium term financial strategies and projections for use in troubled debt restructures, and implementing controls over cash expenditures, overhead and operating costs.

Mr. Nolan’s diverse background extends into financial services; manufacturing; restaurants; healthcare, and real estate wherein he has served as advisor to companies, and advised secured creditors, and unsecured creditors committees in out-of-court and in bankruptcy distressed situations. Mr. Nolan has considerable mortgage banking experience and has been very active in the reorganization of many sub-prime lending concerns.

Mr. Nolan also has extensive experience in working in international insolvencies and workouts. As a member of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC) United Kingdom insolvency practice, Mr. Nolan gained experience in the specialized area of UK insolvency, working as a receiver and administrator. Mr. Nolan’s UK experience included managing and selling companies, including companies associated with Polly Peck International, one of the UK’s largest ever insolvencies.

Prior to its acquisition by FTI Consulting, Mr. Nolan served as a partner in the U.S. division of PwC’s Business Recovery Services group. Prior to joining PwC, Mr. Nolan held an executive financial management position with the Pizza Hut division of PepsiCo. As a financial manager of over 300 Pizza Huts in the state of Ohio, Mr. Nolan was responsible for identifying under-performing stores and working with local management to improve their performance as well as developing and implementing plans to eliminate excess operating costs and preparing and executing annual operating and financial budgets.

Mr. Nolan co-authored two articles in the American Banker entitled “The Fight for Survival: Sub-prime Lending, Where to From Here” and “At What Point Are Servicing Rights Born?”

Mr. Nolan holds an M.B.A. in finance from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in economics from the University of Delaware. He is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Advisors and the International Bankruptcy Association. Mr. Nolan served as treasurer of the Delaware Valley Chapter of Turnaround Management Association. He is a Certified Turnaround Professional.

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Maria J. DiConza

Greenberg Taurig, LLP

Maria J. DiConza focuses her practice on complex financial restructuring transactions and Chapter 11 debtor representations, primarily for middle market companies. Maria has restructuring experience in numerous industries, including the manufacturing, municipalities, for-profit education, health care, energy, and financial services sectors.

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