Those practicing in and for skilled-nursing facilities (SNFs) expected failure and death at rates greater than other healthcare settings because of “pre-existing conditions” of the industry, according to an article in the ABI Journal.
According to an article in the ABI Journal, the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing common law jurisdictions and civil law jurisdictions to accelerate the move toward electronic signatures, electronic filings and remote notarizations.
Due to risks surrounding the vulnerability of patients, healthcare bankruptcies present government agencies with a unique set of challenges and responsibilities, according to a December ABI Journal article.
An article in the June ABI Journal examines whether the fundamentals of corporate restructuring have changed since the financial crisis of 2008, or whether government actions have merely delayed an impending bankruptcy boom.
While the changing dynamics of today’s Chapter 11 process and financial landscape have led to an increase in pre-packaged bankruptcy filings, “free fall” cases have grown more pronounced, according to an analysis in the March edition of the ABI Journal .