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33 Emory Bankr. Dev. J. [i] (2016-2017)

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Introduction: A Tribute to Professor Grant W. Newton

Opening Remarks

Acceptance Remarks


Non-Article III Adjudication: Bankruptcy and Nonbankruptcy,
With and Without Litigant Consent

Fair Equivalents and Market Prices: Bankruptcy Cramdown
Interest Rates

Bankruptcy's Endowment Effect


Complexity As the Gatekeeper to Equitable Mootness

To Discharge or Not to Discharge: Tax Is the Question

Another Arrow in the Quiver: Preserving the Fresh Start in Debt
Collection by Creating a National Registry for Discharge Orders

Fighting an Uphill Battle: Reconciling Unpaid Contributions of
Multiemployer Pension Plans with the Bankruptcy Code's
Defalcation Provision

Utilizing the Fourth Option: Examining the Permissibility of
Structured Dismissals That Do Not Deviate from the Bankruptcy
Code's Priority Scheme

      R. Jake Jumbeck

    RobertA. Schapiro

      Grant W. Newton

      Ralph  Brubaker

      Bruce A. Markell

      Anthony J. Casey

      R. Jake Jumbeck

   Ryan G. Saharovich

   Joseph W  Sherman

Nicole Adalaide Griffin

Kaylynn Webb



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