Jeff Gordon and Mark Roe released a letter to chairs and ranking members of House and Senate Banking and Judiciary Committees on the Choice Act. In the letter the scholars analyze reasons why a bankruptcy structure should not be allowed to substitute for the Dodd-Frank Act’s regulator-driven “orderly liquidation authority.” The letter was joined by more than 100 other academics (including myself) whose work and teaching deal with bankruptcy and financial regulation.

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