Picks of the Month: Required Bankruptcy Reading for November 2006

More "Picks of the Month" ...  This post includes published articles from November, 2006 that might be of interest to the bankruptcy practitioner, scholar, student, and Judge:

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C.R. "Chip" Bowles, Jr., THE FED SAID WHAT ABOUT BANKRUPTCY?!, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 34

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Jason Brege, AN EFFICIENCY MODEL OF SECTION 363(b) SALES, 92 Va. L. Rev. 1639

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JoAnn J. Brighton, IN THE WAKE OF TRENWICK: FURTHER CASE DEVELOPMENTS AND JURISDICTIONAL QUESTIONS/ISSUES, 25-Nov Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 48

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Lawrence A. Cunningham, TOO BIG TO FAIL: MORAL HAZARD IN AUDITING AND THE NEED TO RESTRUCTURE THE INDUSTRY BEFORE IT UNRAVELS, 106 Colum. L. Rev. 1698

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Laura DiBiase, "FAIR AND EFFICIENT": ARE THEY REALLY TALKING ABOUT BAPCPA?, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 44

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Ann vom Eigen, CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNING LEAVES TITHING, TRUSTEE FEE AND JUDGES SALARY INCREASES HANGING, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 8

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Brian E. Greer, FIDUCIARY DUTIES WHEN THE CORPORATION IS IN THE ZONE OF INSOLVENCY, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 26

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Lawrence A. Hamermesh, THE POLICY FOUNDATIONS OF DELAWARE CORPORATE LAW, 106 Colum. L. Rev. 1749

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Michelle M. Harner and David A. Beck, SUBLICENSING FROM A DISTRESSED COMPANY: ARE YOU PLACING YOUR FUTURE IN THE DEBTOR'S HANDS?, 25 NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 42

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Nell Hennessy, BANKRUPTCY-RELATED PROVISIONS OF THE PENSION PROTECTION ACT OF 2006,  25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 10

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Mark A. Kressel,  CONTRACTUAL WAIVER OF CORPORATE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE, 116 Yale L. J. 412

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Jordan A. Kroop, IN A SUBORDINATION FIGHT, BET ON A WINNER, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 14

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Carl N. Kunz III and Thomas Horan, NEW VALUE MUST REMAIN UNPAID? IT'S TIME TO RESOLE NEW YORK CITY SHOES, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 36

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Allison B. Jones, THE ROOKER-FELDMAN DOCTRINE: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE INEXTRICABLY INTERTWINED, 56 Duke L.J. 643

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Nathaniel Lacktman and Keith Owens, HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND THE AUTOMATIC STAY, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 32

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Richard Lucas, Charles Malloy, Prof. John Ayer, Michael Bernstein, and Jonathan Friedland, THE INTERSECTION OF CHAPTER 11 AND REAL ESTATE, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 28

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Timothy D. Moratzka, FALL "HOUSE" CLEANING: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN AVOIDING LIENS ON EXEMPT HOMESTEADS, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 12

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Lawrence Ponoroff and F. Stephen Knippenberg, HAVING ONE'S PROPERTY AND EATING IT TOO: WHEN THE ARTICLE 9 SECURITY INTEREST BECOMES A NUISANCE, 82 Notre Dame L. Rev. 373

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Katherine Porter and Dr. Deborah Thorne, THE FAILURE OF BANKRUPTCY'S FRESH START, 92
Cornell L. Rev. 67

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Patricia A. Redmond and Jessica D. Gabe, THE UPS AND DOWNS OF THE NEW ORDINARY-COURSE-OF-BUSINESS DEFENSE, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 20

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Ryan T. Routh, "TWENTY-DAY CLAIMS": THE ANTICIPATED AND UNANTICIPATED CONSEQUENCES OF CODE SECTION 503(b)(9), 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 24

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Luis Salazar, PRIVACY AND BANKRUPTCY LAW PART I:  TECHNOLOGY EXPLOSION CREATES PERSONAL PRIVACY TENSIONS, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 18

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Sandy Shandro, BEYOND COMI: CREDITORS AND COORDINATION, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 30

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Andrew H. Sherman and Boris I. Mankovetsky, "UNTOUCHABLE?" TREATMENT OF TARIFF-BASED CLAIMS, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 16

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David B. Stratton and James C. Carignan, THE PITFALLS OF CLAIM LITIGATION: DISPUTED CLAIMS AND CLAIMS RESERVES, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 22

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Prof. Charles J. Tabb,  CONSUMER FILINGS: TRENDS AND INDICATORS, PART I, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 1

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Eric. L. Talley, CATACLYSMIC LIABILITY RISK AMONG BIG FOUR AUDITORS, 106 Colum. L. Rev. 1641

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Bruce H. White and William Medford, RULE 1014(b): A VOLUNTARY BANKRUPTCY TO GET OUT OF AN INVOLUNTARY BANKRUPTCY, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 38

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Kathy L. Yeatter, FUMBLING TOWARD CONSISTENCY: VALUATION OF FUTURE ASBESTOS PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS IN BANKRUPTCY, 25-NOV Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 50

 

Thanks to DeJohn Allen for his help in assembling this post.

The print is of an original engraving by William Hogarth's "Scholars at a Lecture," described here as:

A delightful commentary upon the institutions of universities and of "higher learning."  Here a tedious professor (believed to be William Fisher, the Registrar of Oxford) is delivering one of his lectures entitled, "Datur Vacuum" -- 'A vacuum is granted'.  Surrounding him are his students who exhibit a myriad of responses to the lecture.  Indifference, boredom, scorn, amazement, skepticism, incredulity and drowsiness are all portrayed.  Every reaction, in fact, is here except genuine interest. 

© Steve Jakubowski 2007

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