December 4, 2017
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Third-Party Litigation Funding and Issues It Creates In Bankruptcy Cases - This Ain't Your Father’s Contingency Fee Arrangement!

Thomas J. Salerno, Esq.
STINSON LEONARD STREET, LLP


November 12, 2017
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Fraudulent Transfer Remedies – How Much is Enough?

Laura Davis Jones
Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP


October 23, 2017
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Unsecured Creditors Prevail Against the UCC-1

Allen D. Wilen, CPA/CFF, CFA, CIRA, CTP, EisnerAmper LLP
William Pederson, CPA/ABV/CFF, CIRA/CDBV, CFE, EisnerAmper LLP


October 9, 2017
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What’s the Difference Anyway? Oil and Gas Business Valuation Differentiated

Adam M. Ortega[1]
Principal, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP


October 2, 2017
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Split Ninth Circuit Refines Cramdown Valuation Rule

Michael L. Cook, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP[1]


August 28, 2017
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Battling Bankrupt Bargains – A Non-Debtor Perspective on Executory Contracts

David S. Lorry of Versa Capital Management, LLC
Robert S. Brady, Esq. of Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP[1]


mong the most powerful and best known tools the Bankruptcy Code provides a debtor is the ability to reject burdensome contracts or to assume (and potentially assign) valuable contracts. From the perspective of non-debtor counterparties to such contracts, it may seem that the Bankruptcy Code stacks the deck against them. The well-publicized spike in retail bankruptcy cases has highlighted the treatment of leases of non-residential real property (i.e., store leases).

August 7, 2017
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When Are Goods “Received by the Debtor” for a Section 503(b)(9) Claim?


Two important decisions by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the Delaware Bankruptcy Court shed light on goods in receipt of debtors in Section 503(b)(9) claims.

July 10, 2017
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CHAPTER 15: A CONCISE OVERVIEW



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