The Diocese of Camden, New Jersey

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  1. April 11, 2024

    NJ Diocese Says Don't Stop Ch. 11 Plan For Insurers' Appeal

    The Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden, New Jersey, and a committee representing sexual abuse claimants have urged a bankruptcy judge to deny insurers' bid for a long-term stay on implementation of the diocese's reorganization plan while the carriers appeal its confirmation, asserting the appeal repeats arguments the court repeatedly rejected.

  2. March 28, 2024

    Judge Grants Request To Halt Camden Diocese Ch. 11 Plan

    A New Jersey bankruptcy judge agreed Thursday to freeze the implementation of the Roman Catholic Diocese's Chapter 11 plan, saying he does not want any action of the diocese to try and moot an appeal by insurance carriers.

  3. March 27, 2024

    Camden Diocese Insurers Demand Ch. 11 Plan Be Halted

    Several insurers of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden told a New Jersey bankruptcy judge Wednesday that the approval of the debtor's third modified Chapter 11 plan stripped the insurers' rights and urged the court to implement a stay on the order.

  4. March 15, 2024

    Camden Diocese Gets OK For Ch. 11 Plan On 4th Attempt

    The Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden has won approval from a New Jersey bankruptcy judge for its plan to settle sexual abuse claims for $87.5 million after three prior versions of the plan were rejected over insurance carrier objections.

  5. December 18, 2023

    Camden Diocese's Ch. 11 Plan Tweak Rejected For 2nd Time

    A bankruptcy judge has rejected the Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden, New Jersey's latest modified proposed Chapter 11 plan, concluding it prejudices insurers' rights, allows deficient claims and lacks any mechanism to prevent abuse claimants from being charged unreasonable contingency fees.

  6. November 27, 2023

    Bankruptcy Court OKs Camden Diocese $4.6M Insurance Loan

    A New Jersey bankruptcy court on Monday gave its blessing to a $4.6 million financing agreement that will allow the Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden, New Jersey, to renew insurance policies as it continues its Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

  7. November 20, 2023

    Insurers Say 8th Amended NJ Diocese Ch. 11 Plan Still Flawed

    Insurers for the bankrupt Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden asked a New Jersey bankruptcy judge Monday to reject the latest in a succession of proposed Chapter 11 plans, saying it didn't remedy the flaws in previous attempts, even as the debtor said the objections were just a litigation tactic.

  8. November 09, 2023

    Insurers Blast Camden Diocese New Ch. 11 PlanĀ 

    A group of insurance companies asked a New Jersey bankruptcy judge to reject the most recent Chapter 11 plan filed by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden and its official committee of tort claimant creditors, saying it "doubles down" on the errors that caused the judge to reject the diocese's first plan in August.

  9. October 12, 2023

    Camden Diocese May Push New Ch. 11 Plan Without Re-Solicit

    A New Jersey bankruptcy judge on Thursday allowed the Diocese of Camden to move forward with its latest Chapter 11 plan without having to re-solicit votes from creditors, as long as the debtor notifies sex abuse survivors of the alterations.

  10. September 25, 2023

    Camden Diocese Tweaks Ch. 11 Plan After Prior Denial

    The Diocese of Camden in New Jersey filed a modified Chapter 11 plan of reorganization late Friday that addresses concerns raised by the bankruptcy judge who declined to approve a previous version of the plan over its treatment of insurance carriers.