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Bankruptcy & Reorganizations 2017: Current Developments
Bankruptcy & Restructuring
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Chapter 1. What Corporate, Transactional and Litigation Attorneys Need to Know About Defaults, Restructurings and Bankruptcy
Chapter 2. The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (“BAPCPA”)
Chapter 3. Some More Unfinished Business About “Unfinished Business”
Chapter 4. Mediation in Bankruptcy (February 2015)
Chapter 5. Recent Developments in Jurisdiction, Venue, Abstention, Remand, Removal, Withdrawal of the Reference, Jury Trials and Appeals (February 22, 2017)
Chapter 6. Business Reorganization Financing: Use of Cash Collateral and Debtor-in-Possession Financing
Chapter 7. Executory Contracts and Leases
Chapter 8. Executory Contracts 2017: (Sections 1113 and 1114)
Chapter 9. The Bankruptcy Code’s Automatic Stay (February 2017)
Chapter 10. Preference Litigation
Chapter 11. Fraudulent Transfers
Chapter 12. Claims 2017: (Sections 101, 502, 503, 1113 and 1114, Bankruptcy Rule 3001)
Chapter 13. Intercreditor Issues and Collective Action (February 1, 2017) (PowerPoint slides)
Chapter 14. Ethics in Diverse Bankruptcy Practice Areas (Substantive Outline) (April 27, 2017)
Chapter 15. Use of Break-Up and Topping Fees in Corporate, Restructuring and Bankruptcy Asset Sales (November 2014)
Chapter 16. Duties of Directors and Officers and Liability Issues (February 2017)
Chapter 17. Recent Developments Affecting Chapter 11 Cases
Chapter 18. Current Developments in International Insolvency Law: A United States Perspective
Chapter 19. Our Borders Are Open—Foreign Debtors’ Use of Chapter 11 (February 17, 2017)
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