Scouts question position of Catholic group in Ch. 11

By Rick Archer (February 1, 2022, 9:51 PM EST) — The Boy Scouts of America, its insurers, and an ad hoc committee of Roman Catholic organizations squared off in front of a Delaware bankruptcy judge on Tuesday over issues of discovery and who the committee is supposed to represent.

During the virtual hearing, the ad hoc Catholic committee accused the Boy Scouts of trying to entrap him in admissions that would classify Catholic groups as opponents of the group’s Chapter 11 plan, while the Boy Scouts claimed that the committee was trying to oppose the plan. as a group while the parties he represents support him.

“A single interested party cannot separate…

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