Articles and Appearances:
Albert Togut and Robert J. Keach, Chapter 11 Reform: ABI Commission Co-Chairs Address Secured Lenders’ Concerns, ABL Advisor, December 2014, Feb. 4, 2015
Al Togut of Togut, Segal, On Avoiding Law Firm Bankruptcies, Forbes Magazine, August 4, 2014
When ‘Free and Clear’ Does Not Mean ‘Free and Clear’ – Bankruptcy Sales Involving Collective Bargaining Agreement Successor Clauses,” Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser (May 2014).
Constructive Fraudulent Transfer Claims Under § 548, American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, Vol. XXXIII, No. 5, May 2014.
Q&A with Al Togut on Dewey, Big Law and Chapter 11 Reform: Togut on Dewey, Big Law and Chapter 11 reform
“The Power of Bankruptcy Courts—A Proposal for Consent to Authority After Stern v. Marshall,” Norton Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law, 2012.
“Use of Valuations in Fraudulent Conveyance Cases,” Moderator: Brian Ryniker. Panelists: Hon. Kevin J. Carey, Frank Oswald, J. Ray Nicholson, Richard Bernard. 10th Annual Advanced Restructuring and Plan of Reorganization Conference (November 2011).
“Recent Developments – Section 546(e) Safe Harbor – Has the Second Circuit Taken Away a Bankruptcy Court’s Traditional Ability to Consider Substance Over Form?” Moderators: Neil Berger and William Rochelle. Panelists: Ronit Berkovich, Michael Cook, Kenneth Ziman, Bloomberg Law Center (October 2011)
“Gaps in the Section 546(e) Safe Harbor for ‘Settlement Payments’ and Transfers (and Obligations) Related to Securities Contracts,” Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser (July 2011).
“The ‘Absolute Finality’ Rule: Confirmation Orders After Travelers v. Bailey and
United Student Aid Funds, Inc. v. Espinosa,” (Norton Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Practice, March 2011).
“Avoiding Fraudulent Transfers In Business Transactions. Navigating Today’s Environment – The Directors’ and Officers’ Guide to Restructuring,” (BeardGroup, Globe White Page Ltd, 2010).
“Has Notice Pleading Been Given Notice? Pleading Preferences After Twombly and Iqbal,” (Thomson Reuters/West’s, Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser, 2010).
“The Pluses and Minuses of Expedited Restructurings.” Panelists: Lisa J. Donahue, Roberta A. DeAngelis, Arthur J. Gonzalez, Mark J. Shapiro, Albert Togut, and Bruce R. Zirinsky. American Bankruptcy Institute, New York City Bankruptcy Conference (2010).
“Sections 548 and 550 – Developments in the Law on Fraudulent Transfers and Recoveries,” (Norton Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law, 2010).
“Representing the Professional Client,” New York County Lawyers Association Panel Discussion, April 2010.
“Liquidating Chapter 11’s: New Rules of the Road – Will Composition Agreements Resurface as a Viable Alternative?” Moderator: Albert Togut. Panelists: David N. Phelps, Michael R. Stewart, and Hon. Gregg W. Zive. American Bankruptcy Institute, Winter Leadership Conference (2009).
“Teaching the New Dog Old Tricks.” Moderator: Glenn E. Siegel. Panelists: Prof. Troy McKenzie, Barry W. Ridings, Wilbur L. Ross, and Albert Togut. American Bankruptcy Institute, New York City Bankruptcy Conference (2009).
“Health Care Restructuring Out of Court: Can the Patient Survive without the Bitter Pill of Bankruptcy?” Moderator: Jean R. Robertson. Panelists: Mark A. Berkoff, Robert M. Fishman, Frank A. Oswald, Paul Rundell, and Lea Krivinskas Shepherd. American Bankruptcy Institute, Health Care Triage Conference (2009).
“Transfer of Medicare Provider Numbers in Bankruptcy,” (American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, May 2009).
“Missing the Forest for the Trees in § 363: How the Ninth Circuit’s Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Neglected the Big Picture in the Clear Channel Decision,” (Norton Bankruptcy Law Advisor, April 2009).
“ABI Landmark Fee Study: Moving-forward Analysis.” Moderator: Albert Togut. Panelists: Diana G. Adams, Prof. Stephen J. Lubben, Deirdre A. Martini, and Michael P. Richman. American Bankruptcy Institute, New York City Bankruptcy Conference, Plenary Session (2008).
“Efficient Management of Avoidance Actions.” Panelists: Hon. Stacey Jernigan, Neil Berger, Joseph Steinfeld, Jr., John Gregg. American Bankruptcy Institute, Annual Spring Meeting (2008).
“Basics of Bankruptcy Practice,” New York State Bar Association (2008).
“Holding Co./Operating Company Ethical Issues in Large Chapter 11’s.” Panelists: Matthew Cantor, Hon. Robert E. Gerber, Todd R. Snyder, and Albert Togut. American Bankruptcy Institute, New York City Bankruptcy Conference (2007).
“Presentation of the Landmark ABI Fee Study: Conclusions and Ramifications.” Panelists: Michael P. Richman, C.R. “Chip” Bowles, John Wm. Butler Jr., Prof. Stephen J. Lubben, Deirdre A. Martini, Prof. Nancy B. Rapoport, Hon. Wesley W. Steen, Albert Togut, and Clifford J. White III. American Bankruptcy Institute, Winter Leadership Conference (2007).
“Conflicts and Conflicts Counsel; Debtor’s Counsel and Management Duties in Multiple-Company Cases.” Panelists: Matthew Allen Cantor, Albert Togut, Hon. Robert E. Gerber, and Todd R. Snyder. American Bankruptcy Institute, New York City Bankruptcy Conference (2006).
Nathan Koppel, Albert Togut: ‘Second Banana’ of Bankruptcy: Lawyers Gets Called In to Help When Conflicts of Interest Loom; Networking with Grapefruits, Wall St. J., Jan. 14, 2006
“Special Conflicts Counsel: Best Practice or Big-Case Aberration?” Moderator: Richard M. Meth. Panelists: Dierdre A. Martini, Dean Nancy B. Rapoport, and Albert Togut. American Bankruptcy Institute, Winter Leadership Conference and 23rd Annual Spring Meeting (2005).
“Wearing Too Many Hats: Can Debtor’s Counsel Ethically Do What It Wants in the Case?” Chair: Albert Togut. Panelists: James L. Bromley, Hon. Robert D. Drain, Deirdre A. Martini, Prof. G. Ray. Warner. American Bankruptcy Institute, 6th Annual New York City Bankruptcy Conference (2004).
“Handling a Bankruptcy with Pending Criminal Investigations and Proceedings.” Panelists: Peter J. Ainsworth, Hon. Barry Russell, and Albert Togut. American Bankruptcy Institute, Winter Leadership Conference (2003).
“Choice of Law: Whether to File Amazing Corporation’s Chapter 11 Petition in New York or Delaware?” Presenter: Albert Togut. American Bankruptcy Institute, New York City Bankruptcy Conference (2001).
“Advising the Mid-sized Debtor Before Bankruptcy: Ethical and Other Considerations.” Moderator: David M. Green. Panelists: Carl Eklund, James L. Garrity Jr., Hon. Arthur J. Gonzalez, and Albert Togut. American Bankruptcy Institute, New York City Bankruptcy Conference (2001).