Disgorgement Upon Insolvency: Continuing Uncertainty

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Litigation and Trial attorneys Nate Hull and Stephen Segal authored an article entitled "Disgorgement Upon Insolvency: Continuing Uncertainty." Nate and Stephen discuss the various approaches taken by bankruptcy courts when addressing disgorgement in administratively insolvent cases and propose practical steps professionals can take to resist or seek disgorgement upon insolvency.

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