Insurance Neutrality in Mass Tort Bankruptcy Cases
By David Stern, Associate, ASK LLP
In bankruptcy law, insurance neutrality is closely related to the issue of standing. A bankruptcy plan of reorganization is insurance neutral if it does not increase an insurer’s “pre-petition obligations nor impair their pre-petition contractual rights under the subject insurance policies.” ...
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David Stern is an associate at ASK LLP, focusing his practice on advocating for individuals who have been harmed by the wrongdoing of large, powerful entities. Stern holds a law degree from the Mitchell Hamline School of Law, where he was on the editorial board of the Mitchell Hamline Law Review and competed in the National Native American Law Students Association Moot Court. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.