Bankruptcy Litigation and Practice: A Practitioner's Guide

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Aspen Publishers Online, 2007 - Business & Economics - 1840 pages
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Bankruptcy Litigation and Practice: A Practitionerand’s Guide, Fourth Edition serves as the comprehensive reference on bankruptcy litigation topics for legal practitioners in all specialties.

For the generalist and commercial law practitioner it clarifies basic Bankruptcy Code issues and practical features of bankruptcy litigation including consumer bankruptcies, business and corporate reorganizations, liquidations and personal debt restructuring.

For the bankruptcy professional, it serves as a sophisticated compendium of reliable forms, recent case law, and statutory amendments relating to all major bankruptcy topics including:

  • Automatic stay
  • Preferences
  • Dischargeability
  • Executory contracts
  • The Chapter 11 confirmation process
  • Appellate procedures
  • Chapter 13 individual debt restructurings
  • The rights and obligations of secured and unsecured creditors
  • And much more!

Only Bankruptcy Litigation and Practice: A Practitionerand’s Guide delivers instant access to:

  • An exclusive collection of key bankruptcy litigation resource materials
  • Practical insights into the bankruptcy court system
  • A consolidated presentation and analysis of bankruptcy provisions common to all cases
  • Reliable, practice-based coverage of Chapter 7, 11, 12, and 13 cases

Bankruptcy Litigation and Practice: A Practitionerand’s Guide delivers broad coverage that keeps you completely current with the latest law in all key areas. Updated twice annually, this one-of-a-kind reference serves as the foundation of your bankruptcy library by providing:

  • The starting point for researching the widest range of bankruptcy litigation issues
  • A guide throughout all stages of bankruptcy litigation
  • A consolidated resource and practical tool that combines case law and analysis as well as a valuable CD-ROM to help you navigate familiar and unfamiliar areas of bankruptcy litigation

 

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