Picks of the Month: Required Bankruptcy Reading for December 2006

More catch up on the "Picks of the Month." This post covers my picks for December 2006:

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Christopher M. Bruner, GOOD FAITH, STATE OF MIND, AND THE OUTER BOUNDARIES OF DIRECTOR LIABILITY IN CORPORATE LAW. 41 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1131

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Deborah A. DeMott, BREACH OF FIDUCIARY DUTY: ON JUSTIFIABLE EXPECTATIONS OF LOYALTY AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES, 48 Ariz. L. Rev. 925

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Alan. J. Feld, THE LIMITS OF BANKRUPTCY CODE PREEMPTION: DEBT DISCHARGE AND VOIDABLE PREFERENCE RECONSIDERED IN LIGHT OF SHERWOOD PARTNERS, 28 Cardozo L. Rev. 1447

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Neil D. Fuquay, BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR, YOU JUST MIGHT GET IT: THE EFFECT ON CHAPTER 11 CASE LENGTH OF THE NEW CAP ON DEBTOR'S EXCLUSIVE PERIOD TO FILE A PLAN, 85 Tex. L. Rev. 431

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John C.P. Goldberg, Anthony J. Sebok, and Benjamin C. Zipursky, THE PLACE OF RELIANCE IN FRAUD, 48 Ariz. L. Rev. 1001

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Burton  J. Haynes, HANDLING BANKRUPTCY TAX DEBTS AFTER BAPCPA, 39-DEC Md. B.J. 20

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Louis R. Pepe and Jared Cohane, DOCUMENT RETENTION, ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY, E-DISCOVERY COST ALLOCATION AND SPOLIATION OF EVIDENCE: THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE IN LITIGATION TODAY, 80 Conn. B.J. 331

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John H. Rains IV, SEARCHING FOR FAIRNESS IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES: VALUING THE PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORPORATION'S UNSECURED CLAIM IN BANKRUPTCY, 58 Fla. L. Rev. 1107

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