The Delaware Rules of Professional Conduct (“RPC”) impute any individual lawyer’s conflict to all lawyers in a firm.  If any individual lawyer has a conflict all attorneys in that lawyer’s

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What rate of post-petition interest must a solvent debtor pay creditors whose claims are designated as unimpaired pursuant to Section 1124(1) of the Bankruptcy Code? [1]  The answer can
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Surviving a motion to dismiss does not necessarily mean that counsel drafting a pleading will survive a motion for sanctions under Rule 9011 if they have not conducted a “reasonable
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Congress passed the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (“SBRA”), otherwise known as “Subchapter V,” as a subchapter of chapter 11, to provide a streamlined and economically feasible reorganization option
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