25 Emory Bankr. Dev. J. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/bnkd25 and id is 1 raw text is: EMORY BANKRUPTCY
DEVELOPMENTS JOURNAL

Volume 25                         2008                          Number 1
A TRIBUTE TO PROFESSOR DOUGLAS G. BAIRD
Introduction  ....................................................................................  Teresa  L. Porter  i
Acceptance  Rem arks  ................................................................... Douglas  G. Baird  I
ARTICLES
A Comparison of the Effects of the 1978 and 2005
Bankruptcy Reform Legislation on Bankruptcy
Filing  Rates  ................................................................. Thomas Bak, John  Golmant &
James Woods 11
Straddle Obligations under Prepetition Contracts-Prepetition
Claims, Postpetition Claims, or Administrative Expenses? ......... Laura B. Bartell 39
Bankrupt Subsidiaries: The Challenges to the Parent of
Legal Separation  ................................................. Brad  B. Erens, Scott J. Friedman  &
Kelly M. Mayerfeld 65
COMMENTS
Food for Thought: The Efficiencies Achieved by Trimming
an Industry at Overcapacity through Mergers vs. Chapter 11
Reorganizations .................................. Ashley J. Austin 147
Bankruptcy Collides with Antitrust: The Need for a Prohibition
against Using  1110 Protections Collectively ........................ James A. Janaitis 197
A New Solution: 11 U.S.C.  1146(a) and the Ordinary
Course of Business Distinction  ......................................... Jonathon D. Pressley  237
The Legal Way to Defeat Optimus Sub-Prime .......................... R. Travis Santos 285

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