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W.R. Grace Chapter 11



At one point, the Grace chapter 11 appeared to be more of a trial of the asbestos litigation industry than a bankruptcy case. Halfway through the hearing on these issues, however, the asbestos committee (whose previous estimates of long-term trust liability reached as high as the $7 billion range), agreed to a deal providing only $3 billion of funding. Grace has received praise for the settlement and for the hard-line approach that led to it. Still, as Kirk Hartley notes, significant objections to the reorganization plan built around the settlement remain.

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Manhattan Institute
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