A Chapter 11 bankruptcy action provides a debtor with numerous protections from creditors. But sometimes getting that protection can be a challenge, as Dallas lawyer Clayton Bailey found out while defending Pilgrim's Pride Corp. from more than 100 individual creditors' claims for a collective $50 million in alleged contract obligations.
Appellate Lawyer of the Week: Ruling the Roost
February 18, 2013
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