Note Holders in Chapter 7 Case of Southeast Banking Corporation

Ad Hoc Committee of Subordinated Noteholders
Counsel to Ad Hoc Committee of Subordinated Noteholders in the chapter 7 case of Southeast Banking Corporation, one of the longest running cases in bankruptcy history, in which unsecured claims were paid in full with post-petition interest.
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