Some Bondholders Give Up in GM

An AmLaw blog article here reports some GM bondholders are not appealing because they lack funds to fight after Judge Gerber refused to appoint an official committee for which legal fees would be paid by the estate. The article includes a helpful link back to a prior article regarding the refusal to allow an official committee.

According to the article:

“Second, and perhaps most interesting for bankruptcy gurus, Richman argues that the sale of GM under §363 of the bankruptcy code stretches §363 to a place it wasn’t supposed to go. Here’s his direct quote: “Our position on appeal would have been that in enacting section 363 as part of Chapter 11, Congress intended that it would only be used for legitimate sales to commercial purchasers, and not for a government-sponsored rescue where the government is the only purchaser.”

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