Obama’s Chrysler Hold Up Sets Chilling Precedent

May 19, 2009 – Media Mention
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The Obama Administration's actions in the Chrysler bankruptcy -- essentially ignoring the wishes of secured creditors, contrary to bankruptcy law and precedent -- will have a chilling effect on lenders as they consider whether to lend to entities that might seek protection, Stephen Selbst says. Damage from the fallout may exceed benefit from the expedient handling of Chrysler's woes, he says in an article that was also printed in the publication Real Clear Markets.