The impact of Jevic may have a wide ranging impact on how Chapter 11 cases are administered in the future.
Jim Baillie conducted a joint interview of retired Bankruptcy Judge John Connolly and Mel Orenstein for the National Bankruptcy Archives.
The new receivership and assignment for benefit of creditors statutes took effect in 2012.
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