Articles in this issue include:
- Sellers Beware-Unauthorized Payments from 'Cash Collateral' Will be Avoided
- The Third Circuit Expands the Substantial-Performance Test to Determine if a Trademark License Contract is Executory
- Court Breaks from Majority Rule, Granting Retirees Post-Petition Rights Greater than Pre-Petition Rights
- Landlords Successful in Obtaining Stub Rent as an Administrative Expense Under Section 503
- Delaware Bankruptcy Court Finds Appointment of Examiner Not Required Every Time the Statutory Debt Threshold is Exceeded
- The Third Circuit Overrules a Long-Standing Case, Changing the Ability of Personal Injury Plaintiffs to Bring Suit Against Debtors
- Defense of Imputation of an Agent's Bad Conduct to its Principal Clarified in Pennsylvania; Independent Auditor at Risk for $1 Billion in Damages
- Sanctions Awarded Under the Bankruptcy Court's 'Inherent Authority'
- Texas District Court Affirms the Contractual Default Interest Rate Where the Debtor is Solvent
- An LLC Member/Manager is an 'Insider,' so that Payments Are Preferential Transfers Subject to Avoidance Up to One Year Prior to Bankruptcy Filing
- Broader Economic Woes May Have Played a Part in the Court's Decision to Dismiss Allegations of Lender Overreaching
- Risk Losing Your First Priority Lien if You Provide Superfluous Information in the UCC Financing Statement
- Landlord's Corner
- Counsel's Corner
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