Law360 (April 2, 2021, 4:17 PM EDT) — A sexual abuse victims committee urged a Delaware bankruptcy judge late Thursday to end the Boy Scouts of America’s exclusive Chapter 11 control, saying the Scouts had proposed an unconfirmable plan that falls far short of a committee settlement offer based on a “conservative” $102 billion in abuse claims.
Although the Official Committee of Tort Claimants settlement offer was not disclosed, its objection branded as uncertain and “aspirational at best” a Scouts proposal described as offering, in part, $300 million in contributions from Local Councils that have not yet agreed to that amount.
Also included in the Scouts’ proposal are $115…
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