Houston Principal John Sparacino contributed to "Chicago WhirlyBall Files for Bankruptcy Protection" published by Crain's Chicago Business. The article discusses how the business, which offers bowling, laser tag, a sports bar, and a game played on bumper-car like vehicles, filed for bankruptcy protection after struggling in the wake of the pandemic. John offered explanation for some of the company's filings stating, "Subchapter V gives debtors a shorter amount of time to confirm a restructuring plan than proceedings in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. That leads to fewer attorneys fees, which can make the whole process cheaper."

The full article can be found here.


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