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xxxiv, 670 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • The value of the debtor in bankruptcy
  • Priority
  • Valuation in principle
  • Valuation in practice
  • The Section 363 sale
  • Junk bonds
  • Reranking : fraudulent transfers and substantive consolidation
  • Rerankig : preferences
  • Equitable subordination of a stockholder's claim
  • Equitable subordination of the creditor's claim and lender liability
  • Rejecting pre-bankruptcy contracts and regulatory obligations
  • Government entities
  • Interest
  • The new finance in bankruptcy
  • Debtor-in-possession financing
  • Corporate governance and Chapter 11
  • Duties to creditors?
  • Workouts to avoid a bankruptcy
  • Jurisdiction and venue
  • Modigliani-Miller, bankruptcy costs, and taxes
  • The LBO
  • Markets and Chapter 11.
This casebook for a basic bankruptcy course takes a deal-oriented finance approach to bankruptcy, with a focus on business bankruptcy. The student will not only learn the major elements of bankruptcy and corporate reorganization in chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, but also the major facets of bankruptcy that influence financing transactions. The hidden message behind these materials is how to understand complex financial deal-making and how to integrate finance with law, in the context of bankruptcy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781609304263 20180730
Law Library (Crown)