Last month, after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit heard marathon arguments to mull Argentina’s obligations to dueling groups of bondholders, I posed the question, "Will the Second Circuit Act as a Sovereign Bankruptcy Court?" In this column I will briefly guess the answer. Then I will consider where the appellate court went wrong, and what it ought to do.
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