Can Bankruptcy Help Companies Weather the COVID Crisis? with George Triantis

On May 4, J.Crew became the first major American retailer to file for bankruptcy, with Neiman Marcus and Gold’s Gym quickly following. With unemployment at record levels and a wave of bankruptcies expected, the COVID-19 health crisis is quickly turning into an economic crisis—despite the CARES Act passed by Congress in April. In this episode of Stanford Legal, bankruptcy law expert and Stanford Law Professor George Triantis explains how current U.S. bankruptcy laws can help us through this crisis and offers his recommendations on what more the government can do.

This episode originally aired on SiriusXM on May 16, 2020.

Can Bankruptcy Help Companies and the Economy Weather the COVID Crisis? with George Triantis

George Triantis on Stanford Legal Podcast