Boy Scouts Ch. 11 Tangled Up Over Claims, Depositions

By Jeff Montgomery (October 8, 2020, 10:36 PM EDT) -- The Boy Scouts' Chapter 11 case in Delaware was further snarled when a pair of attorneys for abuse victims moved to quash a Boy Scouts insurer's demands for their depositions, topping a string of complications that cropped up late Wednesday.

The deposition objection arrived the same day that several local Boy Scouts of America councils objected to granting subpoena power to the official tort claimants committee — which also represents the victims — for a probe into the councils' assets that could be pursued for settlements.

Meanwhile, in a separate filing Wednesday, the ad hoc Coalition of Abused Scouts for Justice...

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