DOVER, Delaware (AP) — More than two years after the Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection amid a spate of child sex abuse allegations, a judge will rule on whether to confirm the proposed reorganization plan in a trial beginning Monday .
The trial in the U.S. bankruptcy court in Delaware is expected to stretch out over several weeks, as attorneys and witnesses argue over a variety of complex issues, including insurance rights, indemnities, the value of some 80,000 child sex abuse lawsuits and how such a large number of claims have been made.
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