Tag Archives: Plan Confirmation

Ninth Circuit Makes Plan Confirmation More Expensive And Doubtful

What does it mean to “cure” a default in the context of a plan of reorganization? This question arises by virtue of section 1123(a)(5)(G) of the Bankruptcy Code, which requires that a plan provide adequate means for the plan’s implementation, including the “curing or waiving of any default.”  On November 4, 2016, the Ninth Circuit … Continue Reading

Equitable Mootness In The Third Circuit: Dead Or Alive?

The recent decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in In re One2One Communications, LLC may radically alter the ability of debtors to escape appeals of confirmed plans for reorganization.  The Third Circuit, which governs the influential Delaware bankruptcy courts, has for almost 20 years embraced the judicially created doctrine of … Continue Reading

The Opera Ain’t Over…Denial of Plan Confirmation Held Not Appealable as a “Final Order”

People are generally familiar with the concept that a party’s right to appeal applies to those orders that are “final.” A “final” order is one that resolves or disposes of the disputes between the parties. While an interlocutory order may be appealable at the discretion of the appellate court, the aggrieved party has no absolute right … Continue Reading