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17 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/abilr17 and id is 1 raw text is: AMERICAN BANKRUPTCY INSTITUTE
LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 17     SPRING 2009     NUMBER 1

INTRODUCTION
RELIEF WITHOUT A PETITION: NON-BANKRUPTCY
ALTERNATIVES

Introduction

Practical Issues in Assignments for the Benefit of Creditors
Model Statute for General Assignments for the Benefit of
Creditors: The Genesis of Change
Trust Mortgages: An Under-Appreciated Tool

Jonathan P. Friedland
Robert Richards
Nancy Ross
Geoffrey L. Berman
Catherine E. Vance
Daniel C. Cohn
Nathan R. Soucy

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS:

Media Teleconference to Examine the Future of Retail
Sector Distress
Media Teleconference to Examine the Future of Automotive
Sector Distress
Media Teleconference to Examine the Future of Real Estate
Industry Distress
ARTICLES
The Home Mortgage and Chapter 13: An Essay on
Unintended Consequences
Fraudulent Conveyance Law: Destroying Free Exercise
Rights at a Church Near You
LL.M. THESIS
Credit Derivatives Can Create a Financial Incentive for
Creditors to Destroy a Chapter 11 Debtor: Section 1126(e)
and Section 105(a) Provide a Solution

Jack F. Williams (Moderator) 85
Laura Davis Jones
Scott A vila
Howard Brod Brownstein
Jack F. Williams (Moderator) 105
Deborah L. Thorne
Ronald J. Silverman
Ben Pickering
Jack F. Williams (Moderator) 121
Rebecca Roof
Greg Apter

Robert M. Zinman
Novica Petrovski
Nicholas C. Rigano

Patrick D. Fleming

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