Lowenstein Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department Vice Chair Jeffrey D. Prol, who represents the creditors’ committee in the bankruptcy case of the Diocese of Camden, is quoted in the New Jersey Herald on the diocese’s attempts to settle two sex abuse claims–out of hundreds filed by survivors–outside the Chapter 11 mediation process. The publication cites Prol’s argument in a court filing that the settlement is “ill-advised” and appears “premised on an incomplete understanding of the (diocese), its assets and its insurance claims.” Prol adds that the settlements could be unfairly used “as a barometer on which to judge the value of other survivor claims.”