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Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy partner Adam C. Rogoff was quoted in a Crain's Health Pulse article about Peninsula Hospital Center's filing of an involuntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition on August 16, 2011. The involuntary bankruptcy was filed against the community acute care hospital by three creditors owed $127,204. Rogoff was quoted as saying that the case is likely to be dismissed if opposed by the hospital, since nonprofits entities, which includes hospital operators in New York State, are exempt under the Bankruptcy Code from being subject to involuntary bankruptcy petitions.