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<p> Every step in the <b>business bankruptcy litigation</b> process is covered in Aspen Publishers’ <i><b>Bankruptcy Litigation Manual</b></i>, from the drafting of the first pleadings through the appellate process. In fact, by making the <i><b>Bankruptcy Litigation Manual</b></i> a part of your working library, you not only get detailed coverage of virtually all the topics and issues you must consider in any <b>bankruptcy</b> case, you also get field-tested answers to questions you confront every day, such as: </p> <ul> <li> How to stay continuing litigation against a corporate debtor’s non-debtor officers? </li> <li> What are the limits on suing a <b>bankruptcy</b> trustee? </li> <li> Is the Deprizio Doctrine still alive? </li> <li> Does an individual debtor have an absolute right to convert a case from Chapter 7 to Chapter 13? </li> <li> What prohibitions exist on cross-collateralization in financing disputes? </li> <li> Are option contracts “executory” for <b>bankruptcy</b> purposes? </li> <li> When, and under what circumstances, may a <b>bankruptcy</b> court enjoin an administrative proceeding against a Chapter 11 debtor? </li> <li> What are the current standards for administrative priority claims? </li> <li> When must a creditor assert its setoff rights? </li> <li> When can a remand order issued by a district court be reviewed by a court of appeals? </li> <li> What are the limits on challenging pre-<b>bankruptcy </b>real property mortgage foreclosures as fraudulent transfers? </li> <li> Can an unsecured lender recover contract-based legal fees incurred in post-<b> bankruptcy </b>litigation on issues of <b>bankruptcy law</b>? </li> <li> Is there a uniform federal limitation on perfecting security interests that primes a longer applicable state law period, thus subjecting lenders to a preference attack? </li> <li> Do prior <b>bankruptcy</b> court orders bar a plaintiff’s later state court suit and warrant removal of the action in federal court? </li> </ul> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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