Washington University Law Quarterly
I will not focus principally on the proposed alternatives to Chapter 11. My focus instead is on Chapter 11. While certainly there are difficulties with Chapter 11 as practiced, I believe it has some unrecognized or underemphasized virtues, virtues that will be lost if Chapter 11 is replaced in one of the radical ways that has been proposed.
William C. Whitford,
What's Right About Chapter 11,
72 Wash. U. L. Q. 1379
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