Ken Scott, John Taylor, Tom Jackson, Darrell Duffie, Kimberly Summe, Johannes Stroebel, Dick Herring, David Skeel


The Resolution Project met to discuss in more detail the group’s Chapter 14 proposal. The issues addressed included the coverage of Chapter 14 (e.g. a minimum asset level), initiation of the bankruptcy process, the treatment of QFCs (in particular, the issue of stays), the possibility of government-provided DIP financing and the role of preference law and claw-back clauses. The group also analyzed the passage of the recent Senate Bill, and likely legislative scenarios going forward.

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Taiwan’s 2022 Local Election Results: What Happened and What It Means
On behalf of Taiwan in the Indo-Pacific Region, and its National Security Task Force the Hoover Institution invites you to Taiwan’s 2022 Local… Hoover Institution, Stanford University
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China's Leaders: From Mao to Now
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A Workshop Series on Using Text as Data in Policy Analysis (Part 14)
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