29 Emory Bankr. Dev. J. [i] (2012-2013)

handle is hein.journals/bnkd29 and id is 1 raw text is: EMORY BANKRUPTCY
DEVELOPMENTS JOURNAL

Volume 29                          2012                         Number 1
A TRIBUTE TO JUSTICE GEOFFREY MORAWETZ
Introduction  ...............................................................................  J. Stephen  Ferketic  i
Tribute  ...............................................................................................  Steven  G olick  I
Acceptance Remarks       ........................ Justice Geoffrey Morawetz 5
ARTICLES
The Over-Encumbered Trade-in in Chapter 13  .............Nathan Goralnik 15
Projecting the Impact of Lanning and Ransom: Calculating Projected
Disposable Income in Chapter 13 Repayment Plans .. Theresa J Pulley Radwan 59
COMMENTS
Section 363 Sales: Mooting Due Process?  ...................  Alla Raykin 91
Responding to Stem v. Marshall    .....................Stephanie Bentley 145
Educational Expense Deductions from the Chapter 13 Plan:
Creating a Reasonably Necessary Standard  ..........Dominick Capotosto 195
Termination of the Stay for Successive Filers:
Interpreting  362(c)(3)    ........................... Kimberly Lehnert 243
Bankruptcy Stigma and Vulnerability: Questioning Autonomy
and Structuring Resilience    ........................ Yvana L.B.H. Mols 289

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