Bankruptcy Court For Fallen Firms Eyed

19 Jan 2010

Lawmakers working on financial reform are said to be eyeing a new bankruptcy court created to handle banks deemed too big to fail.

Lawmakers working on financial reform are said to be eyeing a new bankruptcy court created to handle banks deemed too big to fail. Sources said Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) as members of the Senate Banking Committee are eyeing a specially trained judge, rather than ...

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