The Resource 19th Annual Bankruptcy Institute

19th Annual Bankruptcy Institute

Label
19th Annual Bankruptcy Institute
Title
19th Annual Bankruptcy Institute
Title variation
  • Nineteenth Annual Bankruptcy Institute
  • Annual Bankruptcy Institute, 19th
  • Bankruptcy Institute, 19th
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
PQD
Illustrations
forms
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Pennsylvania Bar Institute
Series statement
PBI
Series volume
no. 2014-8322
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bankruptcy
  • Bankruptcy
Label
19th Annual Bankruptcy Institute
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • David L. Buchbinder
  • Top commercial cases and issues of the year
  • Third circuit and Supreme Court Cases
  • Walter J. Taggart
  • Cases from other courts
  • New fee guidelines in chapter 11
  • Joseph S. Sisca
  • Handling a chapter 7 case
  • The client meeting: Completing the petition, schedules & statement of financial affairs
  • Francis E. Corbett II
  • An overview of basic consumer bankruptcy
  • Reaffirmations et al.
  • James P. Valecko, Holly C. Thurman
  • Chapter 13 for the higher income/higher indebted debtor
  • Chapter 13 for the higher income/higher indebted debtor
  • Francis E. Corbett II
  • High income/debt issues
  • William C. Miller
  • Local rules and form amendments
  • Robert N. Opel II, Tracy L. Updike
  • Avoidance actions in commercial bankruptcy
  • Catherine T. Martin
  • Christopher L. Bosnia, Ashely M. Chan, Nicole M. Nigrelli
  • Essentials of chapter 13 practice
  • 10 things you need to know about chapter 13
  • James K. Jones
  • Model chapter 13 plan
  • Student loans and bankruptcy
  • Patricia M. Mayer, John P. Neblett, Karina Velter
  • Pennsylvania department of Revenue's overview and perspective regarding the disposition of chapter 7,11,13 cases for individual debtors
  • Christos A. Katsaounis, Brenda S. Bishop
  • Litigation issues for consumer ans commercial bankruptcy practitioners
  • Top consumer cases of the year
  • Bankruptcy court jurisdiction
  • Brett M. Freeman
  • Pros and cons of bringing an adversary proceeding in bankruptcy court
  • Brett M. Freeman
  • Nuts and bolts of bankruptcy court litigation
  • Timothy J. Nieman
  • Trends in commercial bankruptcy
  • Appointment of independent directors on the eve of bankruptcy: Why the growing trend?
  • Regina Stango-Kelbon, Jonathan K. Cooper
  • Credit bid rights 363 sales - Have the ground rules changed?
  • Short summaries of some recent consumer bankruptcy cases
  • Regina Stango-Kelbon, Mallory M. Griggs
  • Valuation issues
  • Rafael X. Zahralddin, Jonathan M. Stemerman
  • The intersection of family law and bankruptcy
  • PA tenancy by the entireties
  • Marie T. Reilly
  • The applicability of the automatic stay to a divorce proceeding
  • John A. DiGiamberardino
  • Consumer law issues for the bankruptcy practitioner
  • Cary I. Flitter
  • Scott F. Waterman
  • Consumer protection litigation for the bankruptcy practitioner: defense perspective
  • James C. Warmbrodt
  • Objections to discharge
  • Donna M. Donaher
  • Successor liability and sales
  • I have to pay for what? What debtors, creditors, and asset buyers need to know about pension and employee benefits
  • John R. Gotaskie Jr.
  • Section 363 sales - "Free and clear" overview
  • John E. Lucian
  • Ethics fun: Clips and rules
  • Selected New Jersey consumer bankruptcy cases, June 2, 2013 - May 31, 2014
  • David L. Buchbinder
  • U.S. Supreme Court consumer bankruptcy opinions 2013 - 2014 term
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Other physical details
forms
System control number
(OCoLC)893097881
Label
19th Annual Bankruptcy Institute
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • David L. Buchbinder
  • Top commercial cases and issues of the year
  • Third circuit and Supreme Court Cases
  • Walter J. Taggart
  • Cases from other courts
  • New fee guidelines in chapter 11
  • Joseph S. Sisca
  • Handling a chapter 7 case
  • The client meeting: Completing the petition, schedules & statement of financial affairs
  • Francis E. Corbett II
  • An overview of basic consumer bankruptcy
  • Reaffirmations et al.
  • James P. Valecko, Holly C. Thurman
  • Chapter 13 for the higher income/higher indebted debtor
  • Chapter 13 for the higher income/higher indebted debtor
  • Francis E. Corbett II
  • High income/debt issues
  • William C. Miller
  • Local rules and form amendments
  • Robert N. Opel II, Tracy L. Updike
  • Avoidance actions in commercial bankruptcy
  • Catherine T. Martin
  • Christopher L. Bosnia, Ashely M. Chan, Nicole M. Nigrelli
  • Essentials of chapter 13 practice
  • 10 things you need to know about chapter 13
  • James K. Jones
  • Model chapter 13 plan
  • Student loans and bankruptcy
  • Patricia M. Mayer, John P. Neblett, Karina Velter
  • Pennsylvania department of Revenue's overview and perspective regarding the disposition of chapter 7,11,13 cases for individual debtors
  • Christos A. Katsaounis, Brenda S. Bishop
  • Litigation issues for consumer ans commercial bankruptcy practitioners
  • Top consumer cases of the year
  • Bankruptcy court jurisdiction
  • Brett M. Freeman
  • Pros and cons of bringing an adversary proceeding in bankruptcy court
  • Brett M. Freeman
  • Nuts and bolts of bankruptcy court litigation
  • Timothy J. Nieman
  • Trends in commercial bankruptcy
  • Appointment of independent directors on the eve of bankruptcy: Why the growing trend?
  • Regina Stango-Kelbon, Jonathan K. Cooper
  • Credit bid rights 363 sales - Have the ground rules changed?
  • Short summaries of some recent consumer bankruptcy cases
  • Regina Stango-Kelbon, Mallory M. Griggs
  • Valuation issues
  • Rafael X. Zahralddin, Jonathan M. Stemerman
  • The intersection of family law and bankruptcy
  • PA tenancy by the entireties
  • Marie T. Reilly
  • The applicability of the automatic stay to a divorce proceeding
  • John A. DiGiamberardino
  • Consumer law issues for the bankruptcy practitioner
  • Cary I. Flitter
  • Scott F. Waterman
  • Consumer protection litigation for the bankruptcy practitioner: defense perspective
  • James C. Warmbrodt
  • Objections to discharge
  • Donna M. Donaher
  • Successor liability and sales
  • I have to pay for what? What debtors, creditors, and asset buyers need to know about pension and employee benefits
  • John R. Gotaskie Jr.
  • Section 363 sales - "Free and clear" overview
  • John E. Lucian
  • Ethics fun: Clips and rules
  • Selected New Jersey consumer bankruptcy cases, June 2, 2013 - May 31, 2014
  • David L. Buchbinder
  • U.S. Supreme Court consumer bankruptcy opinions 2013 - 2014 term
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Other physical details
forms
System control number
(OCoLC)893097881

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