The American Bankruptcy Institute and Delaware State Bar Association co-hosted the “Delaware Views From the Bench 2017” program featuring bankruptcy practitioners and perspectives from the Delaware bankruptcy and federal appellate bench.

Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell partner Rob Dehney moderated the afternoon session, “Trends in Secured Financing, DIP Lending, Cash Collateral and Exit Financing.”

Dehney’s practice has focused on corporate restructuring and counseling including representation of boards of directors and committees.

His experience extends to representations of debtors and creditors in all facets of pre- and post-Chapter 11 filings that include out-of-court reorganization and restructuring, acquisitions and complex lending arrangements. He also provides corporate governance, fiduciary duty and strategic advice to boards of directors, special committees and executives. Dehney works with inside and outside counsel, turnaround professionals, crisis management firms, investment and non-investment bank professionals and DIP and exit financing lenders.