US appeals court grants creditors “unconditional right” to intervene in Puerto Rico plan suit

The First Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed a district court ruling that barred Puerto Rico’s official unsecured creditors committee (UCC) from taking part in a suit brought by a group of insurers against the commonwealth’s fiscal plan, finding the committee had an “unconditional right to intervene” in the case.

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