Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: Confirmation Hearing

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In the final segment of the Bankruptcy video blog series, Board Certified Bankruptcy Legal Specialist Rod Kight discusses what happens when your plan for reorganization is rejected and overviews the process of the confirmation hearing and where you go from there.

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