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Avoidance Actions Can Be Key to a Successful Chapter 11

In a typical Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, the initial terms of a debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing arrangement likely include a provision granting the DIP lender a lien on the bankruptcy avoidance actions and/or the proceeds of such actions, and one of the first things a committee of unsecured...


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