Law360 (April 14, 2021, 7:12 PM EDT) — A pair of childhood sexual abuse claimants objected to the Chapter 11 plan documents of the Boy Scouts of America Tuesday, saying they don’t adequately disclose the value of assets held by local scouting councils that would be the source of recovery for abuse victims absent a Chapter 11 plan settlement.
In the objection, the two abuse claimants represented by The Locks Law Firm said the debtor’s plan disclosure statement lacks critical information about the assets held by dozens of local councils as well as hundreds of charter organizations, rendering the claimants unable to cast an informed vote to approve or…
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