2 Pratt's J. Bankr. L. [iii] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/prattjb2 and id is 1 raw text is: PRATT'S JOURNAL OF
BANKRUPTCY LAW
VOLUME 2              NUMBER 1              JUNE 2006
HEADNOTE: PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE
Steven A. Meyerowitz                              1
WHEN WILL EQUITY BE HEARD IN CHAPTER 11?
N. Theodore Zink, Jr.                             3
LENDERS BEWARE: DEEPENING INSOLVENCY AND OTHER
PITFALLS TO AVOID BEFORE THE NEXT WAVE OF
BANKRUPTCIES
Nicholas F. Kajon                                14
IN SEARCH OF A GOOD FAITH FILING REQUIREMENT FOR
NON-CONSUMER DEBT CHAPTER 7 CASES
Mark G. Douglas                                  24
SECTION 546(E): FIFTEEN YEARS AFTER KAISER STEEL, STILL
OPEN TO INTERPRETATION
Mark A. Speiser, Harold A. Olsen, Joseph G. Minias and David L.
Finkelman                                        42
UNSUCCESSFUL STALKING HORSE BIDDER ENTITLED TO
ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE CLAIM FOR COSTS RELATED TO
ABORTED CLOSING
Elisa R. Lemmer                                  56
POSTPETITION LENDER MAY SPECIFY THAT A LOAN BE USED
ONLY FOR CERTAIN PURPOSES
Jason A. Herrick                                 63
ASSIGNMENT OF CLAIMS DOES NOT PREVENT EQUITABLE
SUBORDINATION ATTACK
Rachel Ehrlich Albanese                          69
BANKRUPTCY BRIEFS
Daniel J. McGarry                                78

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