Boy Scouts of America Bankruptcy filing in Delaware over sexual abuse claims.
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Boy Scouts Seek Chapter 11 Protection From Sex-Abuse Lawsuits
The 110-year-old youth organization filed for bankruptcy to cope with financial pressures from sex-abuse lawsuits and declining membership By Andrew Scurria, Joseph De Avila, and Peg Brickley Updated Feb. 18, 2020 2:06 am ET
The Boy Scouts of America on Tuesday filed for bankruptcy protection, as one of the country’s largest youth organizations tries to endure intensifying legal pressure over accusations of childhood sexual abuse going back decades.
The chapter 11 filing covers the national Boy Scouts organization and automatically halts the hundreds of lawsuits it faces alleging sexual misconduct by employees or volunteers. The Boy Scouts are seeking to compensate claimants through bankruptcy proceedings while protecting 261 local scouting councils...
Facing a Wave of Sex-Abuse Claims, Boy Scouts of America Files for Bankruptcy
The nonprofit group, which counts more than two million youth participants, follows Catholic dioceses and U.S.A. Gymnastics in seeking bankruptcy protection amid sex-abuse cases. By Mike Baker Feb. 18, 2020 The Boy Scouts of America, now based in Irving, Texas, was founded in 1910.
The Boy Scouts of America, an iconic presence in the nation’s experience for more than a century, filed for bankruptcy protection early Tuesday, succumbing to financial pressures that included a surge in legal costs over its handling of sexual abuse allegations.