The 2019 edition of Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation was just released by West Publishing Company. This 2,000+ page treatise, with contributions from dozens of top firms across the US, is designed with the non-bankruptcy attorney intended to be its primary reader. The treatise is divided into three sections: (a) “Fundamentals,”, with chapters covering the basics of commercial bankruptcy; (b) “Intersections,” with chapters covering the intersection of bankruptcy law with other specific areas of law; and (c) “Special Focus Topics,” with chapters covering specific types of litigation that commonly arise in Chapter 11. DailyDAC / Financial Poise founder, Jonathan Friedland, a corporate structuring and restructuring attorney, is editor-in-chief. Elizabeth B. Vandesteeg and Christopher M. Cahill are the Executive Editors.
The editors and editorial board of DailyDAC include preeminent restructuring and insolvency professionals, journalists, and editors. They are devoted to providing reliable and plain English education and deal intelligence about assignments, corporate bankruptcy, receiverships, out-of-court workouts an similar topics.
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