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Reality Check for Rates Liability

The construction industry has never been a stranger to insolvency. There are many factors for insolvency practitioners appointed over a part complete site to consider – security issues, engaging with contractors, creditors and suppliers at the earliest opportunity, not to mention the potential health and safety exposure. The insolvency practitioner will also need to make … Continue Reading

Jevic Holding Corp.: Is The Supreme Court Now Ready To Strike Down Structured Dismissals?

In a prior post, we discussed the Third Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision in Jevic Holding Corp., where the court upheld the use of so-called “structured dismissals” in bankruptcy cases, and the Supreme Court’s grant of certiorari.  Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Jevic.  The Court’s ultimate ruling will likely have a significant … Continue Reading
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