Solyndra Salvaged

Investors Preserve Potential Tax Benefits of Company's Failure:

Randall Reese
Turnarounds & Workouts Trends
April 2013

Debra Grassgreen was extensively interviewed for this article on the Solyndra chapter 11 case, in which the firm served as debtor counsel.

“The case is a good reminder to practitioners that often there are nontangible assets, such as tax attributes, that should be considered to determine whether additional value can be generated for creditors,” said Grassgreen. “It’s a reminder to think out of the box.”

Article reprinted with express permission of publisher Beard Group. 

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