28 Emory Bankr. Dev. J. [i] (2011-2012)

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DEVELOPMENTS JOURNAL

Volume 28                           2011                           Number 1
A TRIBUTE TO TONY ALVAREZ H AND BRYAN MARSAL
Introduction           ......................................Merriam Mikhail i
Tribute ...................             ..........................  Bill Runge 1
Acceptance Remarks            ..................................Bryan Marsal 3
Acceptance Remarks            .................................. Tony Alvarez 7
ARTICLES
The Chapter 11 Financial Advisors     ....................Stephen J Lubben 11
Gelding the Lily: How the Bankruptcy Code's
Promotion of Marriage Leaves it Impotent   ...............  Tiffany R. Harper 31
Indubitably Uncertain: Philadelphia Newspapers and
the Role of Valuation Uncertainty in Attempted Cramdown
of All-Equity Plans         .................................Anthony Sexton 55
COMMENTS
Solving Insolvent Public Pensions: The Limitations of the
Current Bankruptcy Option        ............................  Hannah Heck 89
Extra! Extra!: Philadelphia Newspapers Jeopardizes Credit
Bidding ........................................           Merriam Mikhail 135
A Fundamental Problem: The Vulnerability of
Intellectual Property Licenses in Chapter 15 and the
Meaning of  1506         .............................  Daniel A. Nolan IV 177
Anything But Automatic: Dismissal Under  521    ..........Mantas Valiunas 231

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