Objectionable by Necessity: Achieving Appellate Review of Plan Confirmation Denial

Practice in the bankruptcy arena for long enough and you will inevitably run across the following, vexing, situation: debtor files a plan; party in interest objects to a plan provision; Bankruptcy Court sustains the objection and denies confirmation; debtor refuses to go forward with a plan that conforms to the Bankruptcy Court’s ruling, fervently believing that the Bankruptcy Court “got it wrong,” and wants to seek appellate review on the issue. What should a debtor do in this situation?

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Posted 06/01/16 in Legal Updates