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This installment of the RX 101 series compares the differences and similarities between Part 26A restructuring plans and chapter 11 and puts a spotlight on cross-class cramdown and disclosure issues that have arisen in practice.

At its most basic, chapter 11 is a form of bankruptcy that has, as its purpose, the restructuring of a debtor’s business, debts and assets while the company continues its day-to-day obligations - it is colloquially referred to as a “reorganization...
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