Welcome to the February 2017 issue of ACIC Private Notes! Forgive us for the wait, we wanted to be sure we had our first report from our incoming president, Thomas O'Connor of Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, before sending this out. As you will see from Tom's note, linked below, we have lots of great programs coming up. It is an exciting time for the ACIC.
A belated thank you to Kristen Gudewicz of AIG, who tirelessly put together the Private Notes over the past two years. We also welcome and thank, in advance, Danielle Maksimow of Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP, for stepping into this role. We look forward to lots of great content in the years to come!
While it certainly doesn't feel like spring here on the east coast, we know it is right around the corner. Our "Off the Beaten Path" Spring Forum will navigate the peaks and valleys of investments and regulatory compliance. Start thinking about travel plans. Registration will be available soon! Click here for more information.
In this month's newsletter, you will also find a link to an article written by Sarah Borders, Austin Jowers and new ACIC member, Jeff Dutson, of King & Spalding, discussing a recent ruling in the intercreditor arena by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Thank you to our authors!
Please let us know if you have an interesting article idea or recent development to share with your ACIC colleagues; we would be pleased to consider your submission for our next issue.