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ABI Proposes Key Changes To SME Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

The American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) has just released its findings following a three-year study of Chapter 11 bankruptcy law, involving hundreds of bankruptcy professionals and academics and the study recommends (among other things) significant changes to the way smaller businesses are treated during bankruptcy proceedings, notably giving family-run businesses a way to retain control post-petition.

“The SME principles should create an equity retention structure that would appropriately align the interests of prepetition management and equity with the

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