Take a Bow: What Happens to the Assets After the “Greatest Show on Earth” is Over

January 23, 2018
Barry Werbin
New York State Bar EASL Section

Barry Werbin spoke at the New York State Bar’s EASL Section annual meeting. Inspired by the shuttering of the 140-year old Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, as well as closings in New York of an iconic toy store and the oldest private art gallery, Barry’s panel, Take a Bow: What Happens to the Assets After the "Greatest Show on Earth" is Over, focused on the legal and commercial concerns that arise when entertainment, visual and performing arts related businesses decide to call it a day, and opportunities that may arise for further monetization or even a second life after the death of a business. For further information, please follow the link.