Picks of the Month: Required Reading for January 2006
Here are our "Picks of the Month" for January 2006, a monthly guide to recently published articles of relevance to the bankruptcy practitioner, scholar, student, and Judge:
Jesse H. Choper & John C. Yoo, WHO'S AFRAID OF THE ELEVENTH AMENDMENT? THE LIMITED IMPACT OF THE COURT'S SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY RULINGS, 106 Colum. L. Rev. 213, January 2006
John F. Manning, WHAT DIVIDES TEXTUALISTS FROM PURPOSIVISTS?, 106 Colum. L. Rev. 70, January 2006
Morrison & Foerster LLP, COURT OF APPEALS HOLDS THAT STATE COURT SHOULD HEAR CLAIMS RELATING TO ALLEGED TRANSFER OF $4 BILLION FROM PG&E BANKRUPTCY ESTATE TO PARENT CORPORATION, www.mondaq.com, 1/24/06, Article ID: 37330
Stephen B. Presser, THE BOGALUSA EXPLOSION, "SINGLE BUSINESS ENTERPRISE," "ALTER EGO," AND OTHER ERRORS: ACADEMICS, ECONOMICS, DEMOCRACY, AND SHAREHOLDER LIMITED LIABILITY: BACK TOWARDS A UNITARY "ABUSE" THEORY OF PIERCING THE CORPORATE VEIL, 100 Northwestern U. Law Rev. 405
Ben Slaughter, HOW TO BECOME A DEBT RELIEF AGENCY ... BY MISTAKE, Advocate (Idaho), January 2006
Thomas G. Wilkinson, ETHICS DIGEST: Bankruptcy: Attorney's Fees; Dispute with Trustee; Conflict of Interest; Withdrawal, 56 Pennsylvania Lawyer, January/February 2006
Fred C. Zacharias, WHO OWNS WORK PRODUCT?, 2006 U. Ill. L. Rev. 127
© Steve Jakubowski 2006
Does the code require that the debtor receive a credit counseling briefing at least one day prior to the date of filing?
See my post of 3/15 in response to your query.