The Eighth Edition integrates the rapidly developing post-BAPCPA (2005) caselaw and features revised treatment of consumer bankruptcy issues in light of that caselaw. Revised Chapter 11 materials put greater emphasis on bankruptcy sales in light of their increasing frequency and importance. Thoroughly updated and current, the Eighth Edition remains a classic casebook presenting students the full canon of bankruptcy law under the 1978 Bankruptcy Code explicated through carefully selected and edited principal cases and thoughtful notes and problems. New Principal Cases:Armstrong World (2005) Butner (1979)Clear Channel (In re PW) (2008)Katz>/i>(2006) Kreisler (2008) Majewski (2002) Milavetz, Gallop & Milavetz (2008)Piper Aircraft (1995) Wright (2007) Selected New Notes and Problems:Avoiding Power Limitations Applicable to Financial Derivatives Bankruptcy SalesConversion (Marrama) Chapter 11 Plan ExclusivityProjected Disposable Income Under Chapter 13 (Kagenveama) ReclamationTransnational Bankruptcy (Chapter 15)
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