Numerosity Unwound: Vote Counting on a Chapter 11 Plan – Insolvency/Bankruptcy/Restructuring


United States: Numerosity Unwound: Counting Votes on a Chapter 11 Blueprint

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Bankruptcy and Restructuring Partner Stephen D. Zide, Special Counsel Joseph A. Shifer, and Partner Benjamin S. Sieck wrote an article titled “Numerosity Unwound: Counting Votes on a Chapter 11 Plan” published in Norton Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Practice on February 1, 2022. The article is a comprehensive treatment of the Bankruptcy Code numbering requirement to uphold a Chapter 11 plan. The article describes the history and case law of the numbering requirement and analyzes some number of related questions essential for bankruptcy practitioners and distressed investors.

Read an excerpt from the article here.

Reprinted from “Numerosity Unwound: Counting Votes on a Chapter 11 Plan,” from Norton Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Practice, Vol. 31, No. 1 (February 2022) with permission from Thomson Reuters. Copyright © 2022. Further use without permission from Thomson Reuters is prohibited.

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