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Bankruptcy Creditors' and Debtors' Rights Litigation

The Interminable 'Insured vs. Insured' Battle

A New Obstacle to D&O Recoveries for Creditors

No matter how meritorious a claim may be, its ultimate value to creditors depends upon one thing — whether there is a viable source to satisfy any judgment obtained, since many D&Os do not have sufficient personal assets to satisfy any significant damages that may be awarded.


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In the world of Chapter 11 negotiations, the creation of a litigation trust to pursue claims on behalf of unsecured creditors is a common strategy employed by official committees of unsecured creditors as a means to maximize creditor recoveries. Committees often seek to pursue avoidance actions and claims against a company’s directors and officers (D&Os) for breaches of fiduciary duties, among other things.

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