27 Emory Bankr. Dev. J. [i] (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/bnkd27 and id is 1 raw text is: EMORY BANKRUPTCY
DEVELOPMENTS JOURNAL

Volume 27                            2010                           Number 1
A TRIBUTE TO BARRY W. RIDINGS
Introduction  ............................................................................... Richard  D . Thom as  i
T ribute  ...........................................................................................  K eith  J. Shap iro  1
Acceptance  Remarks  .................................................................... Barry  W   Ridings  5
ARTICLES
Charter: The Most Important Recent Bankruptcy
Decision for Secured Creditors .................................... Michael Chaisanguanthum 9
Interpreting the Supreme Court's Treatment of the
Chrysler Bankruptcy and Its Impact on Future Business
Reorganizations  ..............................................................................  Fred  N . D avid  25
COMMENTS
Too Late for a Fresh Start: Why the Bankruptcy Code
Should Exclude Continuing Care Retirement Communities ............ Vinay Chopra 71
COMI Strikes a Discordant Note: Why U.S. Courts
Are Not in Complete Harmony Despite Chapter 15
Directives  .......................................................................... Alexandra  CC  Ragan  117
Fighting Finality and Debtor Waste in Chapter 13
Postconfirmation Collateral Surrender ..................................... Stacia M. Stokes 169
Tipping the Scales in Chapter 11: How Distressed Debt
Investors Decrease Debtor Leverage and the Efficacy of
Business Reorganization  ...................................................... Richard  D. Thomas  213

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