Wis. Bankruptcy Ruling Sets Bad Policy For Debtor Liability
Every now and then, we get a bankruptcy opinion declaring a rule with broad application that may make sense in specific situations but is a terrible result for others. In this Law360 Bankruptcy publication, Don Swanson lays out "Exhibit A" for such a proposition, breaking down and analyzing a Wisconsin district court's recent bankruptcy ruling in Reinhart Foodservice v. Schlundt that sets bad policy for debtor liability. The full article is linked below or can be viewed here with a subscription.
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