Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation, 2d, 2012 ed.
In the wake of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 and the subsequent modernization of federal bankruptcy law, bankruptcy practice has evolved into a primarily litigation-based practice. many commercial lawyers are appearing in bankruptcy court to pursue matters that had been previously relegated to state or federal district courts. To aid in this process, this new second edition covers general bankruptcy practice and procedure; the petition and first day motions, the automatic stay, debtor financing; cash and non-cash collateral; executory contracts; claims; confirmation; post-confirmation; and appeals.
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