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18 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/abilr18 and id is 1 raw text is: AMERICAN BANKRUPTCY INSTITUTE
LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 18      SPRING 2010     NUMBER 1

INTRODUCTION
ARTICLES

Life After Debt: Understanding the Credit Restraint of
Bankruptcy Debtors
The Costs of BAPCPA: Report of the Pilot Study of
Consumer Bankruptcy Cases
Substantive Consolidation: The Cacophony Continues
Beyond Chimerical Possibilities: The Meaning and
Application of Adequate Assurance of Future
Performance Under the Bankruptcy Code
Testing the Bankruptcy Code Safe Harbors in the
Current Financial Crisis
CHAPTER 11 AT THE CROSSROADS: DOES
REORGANIZATION NEED REFORM?
A Reassessment of Bankruptcy Reorganization
After Chrysler and General Motors

Repeal the Safe Harbors

Preserving State Corporate Governance Law in Chapter
11: Maximizing Value Through Traditional Fiduciaries
Legislative Symposium Roundtable: Chapter 11 at the
Crossroads: Does Reorganization Need Reform?

Katherine M Porter
Lois R. Lupica
J. Maxwell Tucker
Jason B. Binford
Eleanor Heard Gilbane

Robert J Keach
Robert M Fishman
Melissa Kibler Knoll
Reginald W Jackson
John D. Penn

NOTE
Fraud and Deceit Abound but do the Bankruptcy Courts
Really Believe Everyone is Crooked: the Bayou Decision
and the Narrowing of Good Faith

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Barry E. Adler
Stephen J. Lubben

305
319

John Win. (Jack) Butler, Jr. 337
Chris L. Dickerson
Stephen S. Neuman

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