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1. Bankruptcy [2015]

Book
xxix, 879 pages : forms ; 26 cm.
This casebook furnishes the full canon of bankruptcy law developed under the 1978 Code as amended post-BAPCPA. Carefully selected principal cases, thoughtful notes, and well-constructed problems explicate current law and connect it with bankruptcy's rich history while engaging current scholarly and policy debates. In one manageable volume, this casebook provides adopters the most up-to-date teaching material on the market for both business and consumer bankruptcy classes. A new chapter, "The Sale Alternative", describes and critiques the booming use of going concern 363 sales in lieu of traditional reorganization. The 2014 ABI Report proposing fundamental changes to chapter 11 practice is highlighted. Cross-border and jurisdictional materials reflect Chapter 15's coming of age and the progress of Stern v. Marshall's jurisdictional revolution. Current developments in avoiding powers, from Ponzi cases to highly-leveraged transactions, are incorporated.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781609304409 20160830
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-1003-01
Book
291 pages ; 24 cm
  • A road map to bankruptcy law
  • The individual debtor and the fresh start
  • Corporate reorganizations and the absolute priority rule
  • Claims against the estate
  • Property of the estate and the strong-arm powers
  • Executory contracts
  • Fraudulent conveyances and related doctrines
  • Preferences
  • The automatic stay
  • The dynamics of Chapter 11
  • Forming the plan of reorganization
  • Confirming the plan of reorganization.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-1003-01
Book
lxxv, 1207 p. ; 27 cm.
  • Introduction to Chapter 11 business reorganizations
  • Introduction to foam corporation and its Chapter 11 case
  • Preventing interference with the debtor's operations : the automatic stay
  • Finding the cash to continue operations
  • Turning the debtor around : the business issues
  • Controlling and supervising the reorganization
  • Executory contracts
  • Avoiding secured claims (and other transfers and obligations)
  • Claims against the estate
  • Dealing with creditor (and other) misconduct
  • Proposing a plan of reorganization : exclusivity, classification, and impairment
  • Determining the enterprise's value
  • Making disclosure, soliciting votes, and voting on the plan
  • Consensual confirmation
  • Cramdown (and creditors' remedies related to the plan process)
  • Consequences of confirmation : the discharge and related postconfirmation issues
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-1003-01, LAW-1012-01
Book
xi, 439 p. ; 28 cm.
  • Introduction and overview
  • The bankruptcy system
  • Commencement of the case
  • The estate
  • The administrative powers
  • Distribution of the estate
  • The individual debtor and the fresh start
  • Partnerships
  • Chapter 11 reorganizations --Taxes.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-1003-01, LAW-1012-01
Book
vii, 797 p. ; 26 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-1003-01
Journal/Periodical
v. ; 25 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-1003-01, LAW-1012-01