The Collier Guide to Chapter 11 is a one-volume publication that takes an in-depth look at the key topics involved in current chapter 11 practice and considers in detail the bankruptcy landscape in selected industries. Written by over 20 bankruptcy lawyers from leading firms, this new publication fills the gap between the Code-based coverage of Collier of Bankruptcy and the more general topical approach of the Collier Bankruptcy Practice Guide. Inside you'll find: ac Overview of Chapter 11 (Chapter 1) ac Current trends in debtor-in-possession financing (Chapter 2) ac As 363 asset sales and the use of Chapter 11 as a liquidation tool (Chapters 3 and 4) ac Key employee benefits issues in a 363 sale (Chapter 6) ac Prepackaged bankruptcy cases (Chapter 5) ac Federal income taxation issues (Chapter 7) ac Environmental issues in bankruptcy (Chapter 9) ac Intellectual property in bankruptcy (Chapter 10) ac Cross-border insolvencies (Chapter 11) ac Labor and employment issues (Chapter 12) ac Class action issues (Chapter 15) ac Fraudulent transfer action claims against the FDIC in bank holding company cases (Chapter 26) You'll also find key coverage of selected industries, including: ac Retail (Chapter 20) ac Real estate (Chapter 21) ac Hospitals and health care (Chapter 22) ac Automotive suppliers and customers (Chapter 23) ac Airlines (Chapter 24) ac Casinos (Chapter 25) ac Professional sports franchises (Chapter 28) Where appropriate, relevant practice aids have been included, such as sample forms and checklists.He was the author of Bankruptcy Law Manual (5th ed. ... He is the Supervising Attorney at the pro bono Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project in Philadelphia and formerly served as the head of the Consumer Law Project at Communityanbsp;...
|Title||:||Collier Guide to Chapter 11: Key Topics and Selected Industries|
|Author||:||Alan N. Resnick, Henry J. Sommer|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2015-10-21|