US Trustee’s Office grade’s itself on performance

The Unites States Trustee’s Office is charged with overseeing the country’s bankruptcy trustees and reviewing bankruptcies filed in the United States. As part of its duties, the Trustee’s Office files objections in bankruptcy cases when it feels that something is not in accordance with the Bankruptcy Code. After reviewing its performance during the past year, the UST has given itself most “A’s” in everything except cracking down on executive bonuses in Chapter 11 cases.

For more details about how the UST performed and what they want to improve upon read, “Grading U.S. Bankruptcy Watchdogs.”

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