How Bed Bath & Beyond is hedging its bankruptcy betApril 26, 2023 – Media Mention
Bankruptcy partner, Jeff Krieger, provided commentary to Yahoo! Finance regarding Bed Bath and Beyond, and its management's choice of filing for Chapter 11.
Jeffrey Krieger, a partner with Greenberg Glusker who also specializes in corporate bankruptcy, said that for a publicly traded company the size of Bed Bath & Beyond it's unsurprising that its management would choose Chapter 11, though one thing that’s a little bit unique, he said, it that it appears to be liquidating without much indication that of trying to emerge from bankruptcy as a going concern.
"Liquidation usually doesn’t happen right out of the box with a Chapter 11," Krieger said.
One potential downside of choosing Chapter 11 when a company's only intention is to liquidate, Krieger added, is that it could cost the company, and in turn its creditors, more to maintain employees and retail locations.
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