6 Pratt's J. Bankr. L. [i] (2010)

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PRATT' S JOURNAL OF


  BANKRUPTCY LAW


VOLUME 6                   NUMBER 1                JANUARY 2010

HEADNOTE: DESTINY
Steven A. Meyerowitz                                         1

APPELLATE COURT RULING IN DESTINY USA: NOTES OF CAUTION FOR
CONSTRUCTION LENDERS AND A GLIMMER OF HOPE
Peter A. Strauss and Malcolm K. Montgomery                   3

CURRENT ISSUES INVOLVING SECTION 363(k) CREDIT BIDS
Mark Wege, Ed Ripley, and Aaron Power                       13

SECURED PARTY SALES UNDER U.C.C. ARTICLE 9: A COMMONSENSE
SOLUTION TO MAXIMIZE A RECOVERY
Laurence M. Smith                                           37

PROPOSED  TOO BIG TO FAIL AMENDMENTS TO THE BANKRUPTCY CODE
Shmuel Vasser and Janet M. Bollinger                        43

SECURING A LOAN WITH PATENTS, TRADEMARKS, AND COPYRIGHTS IS
BEST FOR LENDERS
Steve Henry, Neil Ferraro, and Hunter Keeton                50

EXTINGUISHING A SECURED CREDITOR'S RIGHT TO CREDIT BID IN A
CHAPTER 11 CRAM DOWN
Daniel Guyder and Daniel Morse                              65

IN THE COURTS: VARIOUS COURTS WEIGH IN ON ISSUES IMPORTANT TO
LENDERS
Hilleary D. Nguyen                                          72

INDEX OF CASES, VOLUME 5                                    80

INDEX OF ARTICLES, VOLUME 5                                  85

INDEX OF AUTHORS, VOLUME 5                                   89

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