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‘Cram-downs’ of unsecured liens in a Chapter 11 reorganization

May 7, 2018
By Paul M. Hilkert, Stuart B. Rodgers

This article seeks to address the general mechanics of the debtor's ability to "cram-down" undersecured liens in a Chapter 11 reorganization, and a creditor's ability to mitigate the effects of a cram down.

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When courts can approve structured dismissals

Mar. 31, 2017
By David Kupetz

In bankruptcy courts as on the playground, everyone has to wait their turn, says the U.S. Supreme Court. No cutting allowed in the priority of asset distribution.