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Consumer, Individual and Small Business Bankruptcy Cases 2011
Gabriel Del Virginia, Lori Lapin Jones
Bankruptcy & Restructuring
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Chapter 1. Pre-filing Considerations and Preparation for Filing a Consumer Chapter 7 Case
Chapter 2. Small Business and Individual Bankruptcy Cases
Chapter 3. Conversion from Chapter 11 to Chapter 7
Chapter 4. Tax Issues
Chapter 5. Tax Aspects of Bankruptcy Law and Practice, Third Edition
Chapter 6. The Courts, Congress and Tax Debts: An Analysis of the Discharge of Tax Debts Before and After the Enactment of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law, 2007
Chapter 7. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal: Taxes and BAPCPA—Calm Before the Storm, 26 MAR Am.Bankr.Inst.J.38 (2007)
Chapter 8. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal: Benchnotes
Chapter 9. In re Pizzuto, 384 B.R.105 (2008)
Chapter 10. In re Shope, 347 B.R.270 (2006)
Chapter 11. In re Payne, 431 F.3d 1055 (2005)
Chapter 12. In the Matter of Charles Peterson, 321 B.R. 259 (2004)
Chapter 13. In re Lynch, 299 B.R.62 (2003)
Chapter 14. In re Spiwak, 285 B.R.744 (2002)
Chapter 15. In re New Haven Projects Ltd. Liability Co., 225 F.3d 283 (2000)
Chapter 16. In re Isom, 901 F.2d 744 (1990)
Chapter 17. Concealing Assets in Bankruptcy: What Are the Consequences and How Do Trustees Find the Assets?
Chapter 18. Creditor Considerations in Consumer and Small Business Cases
Chapter 19. Recent Decisions on Consumer Bankruptcy Issues
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