Using what one of the company’s attorneys said was a perfect recipe of give and take from all sides, True Religion Inc. has finished its reorganization plan just under six months after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

It’s one of the first reorganizations wrapped up by any of the retail corporations that have filed for Chapter 11 in the District of Delaware as a result of the pandemic which has created extra hurdles for retailers to clear in the reorganization process, said Justin Alberto of Cole Schotz, which represented True Religion in the case.

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