Pyxus Ch. 11 Confirmation Hinges On Asset Valuation Reports
August 19, 2020
Types : In the News
The evidentiary record in tobacco grower Pyxus International’s Chapter 11 plan confirmation trial closed Wednesday, leaving a Delaware bankruptcy judge to determine the appropriate value of the company’s assets amid a battle with equity holders over recovery in the case.
The equity committee is represented by Marc J. Phillips, Edward L. Schnitzer and David M. Banker of Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP, and Richard J. Corbi of The Law Offices of Richard J. Corbi PLLC.
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