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Structured Dismissals: Alive and Well After 'Jevic'

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John P. Campo and Susan F. Balaschak analyze a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that, while not putting an end to so-called "structured dismissals" in bankruptcy, restricts the dismissal of a Chapter 11 case when combined with a final distribution to creditors that skips over a class of creditors without the latter's consent.

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