10 Pratt's J. Bankr. L. [i] (2014)

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PRATT'S JOURNAL OF



  BANKRUPTCY LAW


VOLUME10                 NUMBER I             JANUARY 2014

HEADNOTE: MUNICIPAL BANKRUPTCIES
Steven A. Meyerowitz                                    1
LEGAL DRAMA IN THE MOTOR CITY: DETROIT IS ELIGIBLE TO
COMMENCE A CHAPTER 9 CASE
Patrick E.Mears                                         3
GOVERNING LAW FOR MUNICIPAL BANKRUPTCY IN ILLINOIS
Lawrence E.White and Cedric A.Gordon                   16
ASSET SALES AND STRUCTURED DISMISSALS IN CHAPTER 11
Michael J. Lichtenstein                                22
BULLOCK v.BANKCHAMPAIGN: DEFALCATION UNDER SECTION
523(a)(4)
Derek F. Meek and Ellen C. Rains                       32
IN RE PUTNAL: ADEQUATELY PROTECTING POSTPETITION RENTS
Oliver S. Zeltner                                      40
IT'S ALWAYS SOMETHING:THE REPEATED ASSAULTS ON LICENSEE
RIGHTS IN BANKRUPTCY
Pamela Kohiman Webster                                 47
DON'T SETTLE A PREFERENCE CASE ON THE BASIS OF UNPAID
NEW VALUE
Patrick Potter,Jerry Hall, and Dania Slim              53
THIRD CIRCUIT AFFIRMS DECISIONS BROADLY APPLYING SECTION
524(g) INJUNCTION TO CLAIMS
Jason Harbour,Tara Elgie,and Matthew Mannering         61
THIRD CIRCUIT HOLDS IN KB TOYS THAT CLAIM DISABILITIES TRAVEL
WITH TRADE CLAIMS
Sean A.O'Neal and Mark A.Lightner                      67
INDEX OF CASES, VOLUME 9                               73
INDEX OF ARTICLES, VOLUME 9                            85
INDEX OF AUTHORS, VOLUME 9                             89

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