1 Pratt's J. Bankr. L. [i] (2005-2006)

handle is hein.journals/prattjb1 and id is 1 raw text is: PRATT'S JOURNAL OF
BANKRUPTCY LAW
VOLUME 1                 NUMBER 1                  JUNE 2005
HEADNOTE: WELCOME!
Steven A. Meyerowitz                                     1
LENDER LIABILITY UNDER THE EMERGING TORT OF DEEPENING
INSOLVENCY: AN ANALYSIS OF RECENT CASE LAW AND
RECOMMENDATIONS TO PROTECT LENDERS
Gretchen M. Santamour and Amy Onder                      3
REVIEW OF RISKS TO INDENTURE TRUSTEES SERVING ON CREDITORS'
COMMITTEES, WITH 2005 BANKRUPTCY ABUSE ACT UPDATE
Gregg D. Johnson and Warren L. Tischler                 18
PRESIDENT BUSH SIGNS S.256 ENACTING BANKRUPTCY REFORM
LEGISLATION
Emanuel C. Grillo                                       30
WHAT SECURED LENDERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT NOTICE REQUIREMENTS
AND TAX LIABILITIES BEFORE REPOSSESSING PERSONAL PROPERTY
Susan E. Inverso and Rachel Lilienthal Stark            49
CLAIMS TRADING IN CHAPTER 11
David E. Otero and Jacob Brown                          60
ARE CORPORATE FAMILY CHAPTER 11 FILINGS GOVERNED BY A DIFFERENT
GOOD FAITH STANDARD?
Mark G. Douglas                                         68
PAYING PRE-PETITION CRITICAL VENDOR CLAIMS WITHOUT RELYING ON THE
DOCTRINE OF NECESSITY
Mark G. Douglas                                         74
THE ATTEMPTED EXPANSION OF SECTION 1146(C) OF THE BANKRUPTCY
CODE AND ITS STATUS IN LIGHT OF THE CURRENT ECONOMIC TIMES
Leslie A. Berkoff                                       81
IN THE COURTS
David J. Mark, Philip T. Evans and Maita D. Prout       93

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