Strategies for Creditors in Bankruptcy Proceedings
Strategies for Creditors in Bankruptcy Proceedings helps you answer the question, “What should I do?”.
Strategies is not a treatise. This book explains how to play on your client's behalf and win in accord with the rules.
Each of 12 chapters is devoted to the representation of one of three client types—unsecured creditor, secured creditor, or lessor—under one of three chapters of the bankruptcy code—7, 11, or 13—or in the period before bankruptcy. For a creditor in a particular context, Strategies explains what courses of action should be considered and on what basis to make the decisions. It identifies potential problems and possible solutions. Some of the strategies are proactive, others are reactive. There is also a chapter devoted to representation of an unsecured creditors' committee (see Chapter 11).
Thousands of strategies are explained briefly and distilled into checklists for real-time application. Some of the strategies are novel, while others are battle-tested and supported by case citations.
Creditor, Bankruptcy, Strategy
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Bradley, Christopher G.; LoPucki, Lynn; and Mirick, Christopher R., "Strategies for Creditors in Bankruptcy Proceedings" (2021). Law Faculty Books and Chapters. 12.