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Project 2000 also targeted single-point Cadillac-Hummer-Saab dealer locations and allowed single-point Chevrolet and Saturn dealer locations to stand on their own.
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General Motors' attorneys, however, preferred to file in the federal courts in New York, because those courts have a reputation for expertise in bankruptcy. state law governed the minimum required distance between same-franchise dealers; known as the eight-mile rule.
In a press conference that began four hours and eighteen minutes after the filing, the GM Chief Executive Officer, Fritz Henderson, stressed that he intended for the bankruptcy process to move quickly. The eight-mile rule prohibits same-franchise dealers from locating within eight miles of each other.Finally, the portfolio discusses various tax issues relating to liquidating trusts, disputed claims reserves, qualified settlement funds and other distribution vehicles that may be employed post-confirmation. Bloomberg BNA Portfolios are written by leading tax professionals who set the standard as leaders in their fields. FREE TRIAL Corporate Bankruptcy – Special Topics looks at certain unique tax issues that may arise in connection with a bankruptcy. Specifically, The portfolio spotlights a series of specialized bankruptcy tax topics, including partnership bankruptcies, liquidating bankruptcies, the international aspects of U. corporate bankruptcies, the role of tax sharing agreements in bankruptcy, 363 asset sales, and the role of intercompany accounts and restructuring transactions. This portfolio looks at certain unique tax issues that may arise in connection with a bankruptcy.