5 Pratt's J. Bankr. L. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/prattjb5 and id is 1 raw text is: PRATT'S JOURNAL OF
BANKRUPTCY LAW
VOLUME 5                  NUMBER 1                JANUARY 2009
HEADNOTE: DOUBLE, DOUBLE TOIL AND TROUBLE
Steven A. Meyerowitz                                        I
CHAPTER 15 LITIGATION: A CURRENT REVIEW
Lindsee P. Granfield and James Croft                       3
SEVENTH CIRCUIT DECIDES ISSUES REGARDING FCC LICENSE AFTER
NEXTWAVE AND PERMITS THIRD PARTY RELEASES
Jessica Berman                                            14
NEW LABOR PRIORITIES IN CANADIAN INSOLVENCY LAW GIVE SUPER
PRIORITY STATUS FOR HOCKEY MOMS, DADS AND THE REST OF THE
CANADIAN WORKFORCE
Aubrey E. Kauffman and Stuart Brotman                     21
TERMINATION OF CLOSED FRANCHISES OR DEALERSHIPS: A POTENTIAL
TRAP FOR THE UNWARY, BUT FEDERAL BANKRUPTCY LAW MAY PROVIDE
SIGNIFICANT LEVERAGE TO FRANCHISORS AND SUPPLIERS
Roberta F. Howell and Mark A. Salzberg                    26
PRESIDENT'S WORKING GROUP TAKES LEAD ON CDS REGULATION,
NY INSURANCE DEPARTMENT STEPS ASIDE
Jonathan I. Mark, Thorn Rosenthal, John J. Schuster, and R. Banks Bruce  35
UNDERFUNDED PENSION LIABILITY: LENDERS AND BUYERS BEWARE
Stuart H. Gelfond, Valerie Ford Jacob, Laraine S. Rothenberg, and Brad Eric Scheler  47
THE TROUBLED ASSET RELIEF PROGRAM: ISSUES FOR FINANCIAL
INSTITUTIONS AND OTHER ENTITIES COVERED BY THE TARP
Glen R. Cuccinello                                         56
CRITICAL CARE: MEETING THE CHALLENGES IN HEALTH CARE
BANKRUPTCIES
Leon R. Barson and Francis J. Lawall                      73
RECOVERY AGENTS IN INDIA
Pallabi Ghosal                                             79

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