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The Small Business Reorganization Act: How It Started. How it’s Going. Where to Next?

This article provides a brief overview of the SBRA and these first several months of its use — especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic — concluding that in 2021, Congress should permanently adopt the CARES Act’s expanded definition of a “small business debtor” as including businesses with up to $7.5 million in aggregate non-contingent liquidated debts.


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The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (SBRA), which took effect earlier this year, added a new Subchapter V to Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, intended to make Chapter 11 more affordable, efficient, and beneficial for small businesses (especially those whose owners might otherwise lose their equity in a traditional Chapter 11 case).

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