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Physical Distancing in a New Light: The Interplay of Reclamation Rights, the 20-Day Goods Administrative Priority Claim, the Meaning of “Receipt of Goods” under the U.C.C., and Commercial Reality

The authors recently encountered a challenging situation on behalf of our client in seeking to establish a Bankruptcy Code section 503(b)(9) reclamation claim with respect to the client’s sale of goods in this instance commodity petrochemicals...

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