24 Emory Bankr. Dev. J. [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/bnkd24 and id is 1 raw text is: EMORY BANKRUPTCY
DEVELOPMENTS JOURNAL

Volume 24                          2008                          Number 1
A TRIBUTE TO THE HONORABLE W. HOMER DRAKE, JR.
Introduction  ......................................................................................  N oel J. B artels  i
2007 Distinguished Service Award  ............................................. David  S. Kennedy  1
Acceptance  Remarks  .............................................................  W. Homer Drake, Jr.  9
ARTICLES
From Debtors' Prisons to Prisoner Debtors:
Credit Counseling For the Incarcerated  ....................................... Laura B. Bartell  15
Collusion Confusion: Where Do Courts Draw the
Lines in Applying Bankruptcy Code Section 363(n)? ..................... Jason Binford 41
COMMENTS
In Too Deep: Why the Federal Courts Should Not
Recognize Deepening Insolvency as a Cause of Action .................... Sara E. Apel 85
The Inefficiencies of Exclusion: The Importance of
Including Insurance Companies in the Bankruptcy Code ...... Laura S. McAlister 129
Drafting Glitches in the Religious Liberty and Charitable
Donation Protection Act of 1998: Amend  548(a)(2) of
the  Bankruptcy  Code  .......................................................... Lawrence A. Reicher  159
Statutory Quixotics: Tilting Against the Health Care
Business Amendments to the Bankruptcy Code ................... Kevin A. Spainhour 193
Gag Me With a Rule of Ethics: BAPCPA's Gag Rule
and the Debtor Attorney's Right to Free Speech ...................... Megan A. Taylor 227

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