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Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy case

More than 82,000 abuse claims have been filed against the Boy Scouts. The resulting deal has been called the largest sexual abuse settlement in history.

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Boy Scouts nears court approval of $2.3 billion bankruptcy settlement - Reuters

The Boy Scouts of America is nearing final approval of a reorganization plan that would allow the youth organization to set up a $2.3 billion trust to settle decades’...
The Boy Scouts of America is nearing final approval of a reorganization plan that would allow the youth organization to set up a $2.3 billion trust to settle decades’...
reuters.com / Article / 28 days ago

Boy Scouts insurers prepare to appeal bankruptcy settlement approval - Reuters

A group of Boy Scouts of America insurers will likely appeal the youth group's $2.3 billion sexual abuse settlement after it is approved in bankruptcy court, their attorneys said Thursday...
A group of Boy Scouts of America insurers will likely appeal the youth group's $2.3 billion sexual abuse settlement after it is approved in bankruptcy court, their attorneys said Thursday...
reuters.com / Article / 1 month ago

Boy Scouts Nix $250M Mormon Church Deal From Ch. 11 Plan - Law360

The Boy Scouts of America asked a Delaware bankruptcy judge Friday to amend its proposed $2.7 billion abuse claim settlement trust proposal to scrap a $250 million settlement...
The Boy Scouts of America asked a Delaware bankruptcy judge Friday to amend its proposed $2.7 billion abuse claim settlement trust proposal to scrap a $250 million settlement...
law360.com / Article / 1 month ago

U.S. judge rejects parts of Boy Scouts' $2.7 billion sex abuse deal - Reuters

A U.S. judge on Friday rejected key aspects of the Boy Scouts of America's reorganization plan and its underlying sex abuse settlement, delaying the national youth organization's ability to emerge from bankruptcy.
A U.S. judge on Friday rejected key aspects of the Boy Scouts of America's reorganization plan and its underlying sex abuse settlement, delaying the national youth organization's ability to emerge from bankruptcy.
reuters.com / Article / 2 months ago

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