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Collier on Bankruptcy, 16th ed.
Alan N. Resnick and Henry J. Sommer, eds. This classic work, published in a new edition after the 2005 amendments to the Bankruptcy Code, provides a detailed section-by-section analysis of the Bankruptcy Code and Rules. Additional volumes cover bankruptcy taxation and state law exemptions. Appendices reproduce the texts of the current Bankruptcy Code, Bankruptcy Rules, related laws, and the Bankruptcy Act of 1898. Legislative history materials for major amendments to the Bankruptcy Code are also included. Also reprinted is the text of the 1997 final report of the National Bankruptcy Review Commission, which reviewed the state of bankruptcy law in the years after the 1978 reforms and made recommendations to Congress for further improvement of bankruptcy law and procedure.
Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice, 3d ed.
William L. Norton, Jr. and William L. Norton, III, eds. Written and edited by a former bankruptcy judge, this multivolume treatise consists of three substantive parts: first, an introduction to bankruptcy law and practice; second, a detailed section-by-section analysis of the Bankruptcy Code; and third, analysis of related laws and issues. Appendix volumes reproduce the Bankruptcy Code and Rules, related provisions of other chapters of the U.S.C., and selected legislative history materials. They also include finding aids and the Norton Dictionary of Bankruptcy Terms. Additional Norton publications are available on Westlaw.
Bloomberg Law: Bankruptcy Treatise
D. Michael Lynn, et al., eds. Like Collier and Norton, this frequently-updated online treatise analyzes the Bankruptcy Code and Rules section by section. Additional features include essays on special issues in bankruptcy, such as claims trading, constitutional issues, statutory construction, and ethics, as well as summaries of key provisions of local rules for each bankruptcy court. Appendices reproduce current bankruptcy laws and rules and historical bankruptcy statutes back to 1800 and include a quick reference guide to state exemptions statutes and rules.
Chapter 11 Reorganizations, 2d ed.
W. Homer Drake, Jr. and Christopher S. Strickland. This guide, written by a bankruptcy judge and a bankruptcy practitioner, explains the reorganization process under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, offers advice on each step of that process, and discusses the roles of the various parties in bankruptcy cases.
Chapter 13 Practice & Procedure, 2nd
This comprehensive guide reviews the provisions of Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code in detail, and carefully examines Chapter 13 cases decided under the Bankruptcy Code. In addition, this text alerts and informs you of the latest developments effecting the practice of law under Chapter 13. This text is co-authored by Hon. W. Homer Drake, Jr., Hon. Paul W. Bonapfel, and Chapter 13 Trustee Adam Goodman.
Collier Consumer Bankruptcy Practice Guide
Collier Consumer Bankruptcy Practice Guide is a complete, transaction-based guide to consumer bankruptcy written with the practitioner in mind. It assists you through all phases of your client's case, with detailed and practical guidance, detailed discussions and step-by-step analysis of every phase of a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 case.
Collier Family Law and the Bankruptcy Code
For both the general practitioner and the matrimonial specialist, Collier Family Law and the Bankruptcy Code is a comprehensive, practice-oriented guide examining the impact of the Bankruptcy Code on family law issues. Authored by Henry J. Sommer, co-Editor-in-Chief of Collier on Bankruptcy, the preeminent treatise on bankruptcy law, and Hon. Margaret Dee McGarity, a United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.
Intellectual Property in Bankruptcy: A Collier Monograph
Intellectual Property in Bankruptcy, A Collier Monograph examines how IP rights are affected when they have been assigned, transferred, sold or licensed and one of the parties to the transaction files for bankruptcy. The analysis provides an understanding of the interplay between bankruptcy and intellectual property law and discusses the complex questions that arise in bankruptcy when security and licensed interests in intellectual property and infringement and misappropriation suits and awards relating to intellectual property rights are involved. The monograph was written by Eric E. Bensen and is reprinted from Chapter 10 of Collier Guide to Chapter 11: Key Topics and Selected Industries.
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