Sex Abuse Claimants Set To Vote On Boy Scouts Bankruptcy PlanAlthough the organization was facing 275 lawsuits at the time, it’s now facing more than 82,000 sexual abuse claims in the bankruptcy case.
Rift Between Boy Scouts And Their Religious Partners Grows As Groups Wrestles With BankruptcyThere is worsening friction between the Boy Scouts of America and the major religious groups that help it run thousands of scout units. It's all centered around the group's very complex bankruptcy case.
Boy Scouts, Primary Insurer Reach Tentative $787M Settlement For Those Claiming They Were Sex Abuse VictimsUnder the agreement, insurance company The Hartford will pay $787 million into a fund to be established for child sexual abuse claimants in the Boy Scouts bankruptcy case.
Boy Scouts Get Conditional Approval Of $850M Bankruptcy DealA judge ruled Thursday that the Irving-based Boy Scouts of America can enter into a pivotal $850 million agreement that the organization hopes to use as a springboard to emerging from bankruptcy later this year.
Judge Considering Key Rulings In Boy Scouts Of America Sex Abuse, Bankruptcy DealA year and a half after the Irving-based Boy Scouts of America sought bankruptcy protection amid an onslaught of child sex abuse lawsuits, a judge is poised to issue a ruling concerning their bankruptcy.
Boy Scouts Taking Bankruptcy Plan Before Judge For ApprovalRepresentatives for the Boys Scouts of America are expected in court today where they'll ask a judge to approve an $850 million agreement that is the foundation of their plan to emerge from bankruptcy.
Boy Scouts Of America Reaches $850M Deal With 60,000 Victims Of Child Sex Abuse“After months of intensive negotiations, the debtors have reached resolution with every single official and major creditor constituency in these Chapter 11 cases,” BSA attorneys wrote.
NRA Head Says Organization Is 'Strong And Secure' After Losing Bankruptcy Petition In TexasThe head of the NRA sent an email to approximately 5 million members on May 19 trying to assure them that the organization remains "strong and secure" despite their recently dismissed petition for bankruptcy in North Texas.
Federal Judge Tosses Out NRA Bankruptcy CaseThe case was over whether the NRA should be allowed to incorporate in Texas instead of New York, where the state is suing in an effort to disband the group.
Closing Arguments End, Now NRA Move To Texas Hinges On If Dallas Judge Dismisses Bankruptcy CaseSome say the NRA is abusing the legal system to avoid being held accountable for their mismanagement. Others argue the gun-rights group wants to move from New York to Texas to reorganize out of Chapter 11.
During Testimony In Texas, NRA Chief Says He Didn't Tell Top Leaders Before BankruptcyWayne LaPierre, the embattled leader of the National Rifle Association, said on Wednesday that he had kept top leaders -- including board members, general counsel, and the CFO -- in the dark about a recent bankruptcy filing.
Former Texas Wholesale Electricity Provider Griddy Files For BankruptcyGriddy said it owes more than $29 million to ERCOT for power used last month.
Local Troops & Adventure Camps All A Part Of Boy Scouts Bankruptcy Reorganization PlanThe continued operation of local troops and national adventure camps are all a part of the Irving-based Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy reorganization plan.
Likely Texas-Bound NRA In Legal Battle For Its FutureThe National Rifle Association is moving forward with its bankruptcy case while fighting accusations it only sought Chapter 11 protection to avoid a potentially crippling lawsuit.
National Rifle Association Files For Bankruptcy, Announces Plan To Move To Texas"The plan can be summed up quite simply: We are DUMPING New York, and we are pursuing plans to reincorporate the NRA in Texas," said the NRA's Wayne LaPierre.