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Insurance Neutrality in Mass Tort Bankruptcy Cases

Insurance Neutrality in Mass Tort Bankruptcy Cases

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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