ABI Online Resources provides
members and the public with a one-stop reference to a wide array of
resources, documents and commentary for bankruptcy and insolvency
information. Providing both current and historical data, ABI’s
Online Resources enables users to find answers to general or specific
questions about bankruptcy law, activities or developments.
Available only to ABI Members, the Bankruptcy Headlines section is updated daily with a summary of the most pertinent news stories related to the bankruptcy and insolvency fields. As an added feature, members can sign up to receive the daily Headlines via email. A searchable archive of past Headlines is also available.
The Membership Directory provides ABI members with a simplified method to finding contact information for other ABI members through an easy-to-use search format. Members can also update their own contact information in real time.
Using information from
the Administrative Office of the
Courts & Opinions
The section allows members to read circuit case updates, bankruptcy opinions and Supreme Court decisions. The section also maintains public links to bankruptcy courts, as well as the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure.
This section of ABI World provides the text of all insolvency-related House and Senate bills, as well as media coverage, testimony and analysis. The Legislative Highlights and Legislative Update columns from past issues of the popular ABI Journal also provide important context to the history of the debate over bankruptcy reform legislation.
BankruptcyData.com News Headlines
All users are able to access the current day’s headlines compiled and posted by New Generation Research on its BankruptcyData.com Web site.
Quick Poll Archive
The Quick Poll Archive section maintains the past results of ABI’s weekly Quick Poll, which focuses on timely insolvency issue. Each week’s Quick Poll can be found on the ABI World homepage, and ABI members and the public are invited to cast their vote. Results are published in the ABI Journal
UCLA-LoPucki Bankruptcy Research Database
From this page, ABI members can download complete, up-to-date copies of the UCLA-LoPucki Bankruptcy Research Database (BRD).