Volume 2 features 27 research memoranda.No. 1: Why a Third-Party Challenger to a Court-Ordered
Transfer of Property Must Satisfy the “Persons Aggrieved”
Comfort to Students: Although Loans are Hard to Avoid, Transcripts
May be Easy to Obtain.
In re Energy Partners Ltd.: Explaining the Potential Impact on
Courts in the Fifth Circuit and Beyond.
Form vs. Substance: What Defines “Retiree Benefits” Under Section
1114 of the Bankruptcy Code?
Permissibility of Triangular Setoff in Bankruptcy via Prepetition
Is a Trustee Required to Recover Equitable Interests Under Section
363(m) “Mootness”: Broadly Applied or Narrowly
Approving Insider Compensation Under Section 503(c)(3): Court
Discretion Or Business Judgment Standard?
Does Your Claim Involve Goods or Does Your Claim Predominantly
Involve Goods?: Section 503(b)(9) and the Problematic Hybrid
Government Collection of Outstanding Income Taxes in Chapter 13
Bankruptcy Proceedings and the Current Split of Circuit
It’s Never Too Late to Deal with Unscheduled Assets.
Antecedent Debts in Lease Term Agreements.
Putting the Brakes on Ride-Through in the Ninth
Earmarking Does Not Protect Balance Transfers.
A Fork in the Road: Courts Continue to Diverge About Transportation
Ownership Deductions under the Means Test.
Fifth Circuit Holds 11 U.S.C. § 108(a) Supersedes State Statutes of
Delayed Closing Exempts Sale from Stamp Taxes pursuant to Section
The Fifth Circuit Clarifies Who Has Standing to Bring a Cause of
Action for a Violation of the Automatic Stay.
Left Holding the Bag: Are Injunctions to Clean Contaminated Sites
Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?
How a Landlord’s Administrative Claim for “Stub Rent” Could be
Curtailed under Section 503(b).
Calculating “Projected Disposable Income” under Section 1325(b): A
Tale of Two Approaches.
Same-Sex Couples Filing for Bankruptcy under Chapter
Bankruptcy Courts’ Use of Nunc Pro Tunc.
Breach of Pre-petition Contract Claims May Be Subject to “Core”
Servicing Agents Forewarned: Whether Servicing Agents are Real
Parities in Interest in the Bankruptcy Forum.
Three Easy Steps to Rejecting Collective Bargaining Agreements: How
In re City of Vallejo Allows a Municipality to Eliminate its
What Happens to Repossessed Vehicles in Bankruptcy?