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An inside view of Chrysler (and GM)

posted by Stephen Lubben

Corrine Ball has a post today offering her insights on the automotive cases, which she was involved in as lead counsel for Chrysler. Not surprisingly, she and I share similar views about the cases and the arguments that have been made against them. In short, the critics often forget the line between policy dispute and bankruptcy law.


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