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Abstract of Major Submissions to NBRC 1995-1997

Summary of Abstract

Chapter 11
Third Party Releases Absolute Priority Rule
Automatic Stay
Collective Bargaining Agreements
Claims & Objections
Claims Classification
Claims Tradings
Creditors' Committee
Eligibility
Exclusivity
Executory Contracts
Intellectual Property
Miscellaneous
Operation of Chapter 11
Personal Property Leases
Post Confirmation Issues
Preferences/Fraudulent Transfers
Purpose of Chapter 11
Real Estate Leases
Serial Chapter 11 Filings
Consumer
Consumer Bankruptcy Suggestions as of 1/29/97
Automatic Stay
Bankruptcy Fraud
Basic Bankruptcy Concept
Consumer Credit Counseling
Discharge & Exceptions
Eligibility for 7/13
Empirical Studies
Exemptions
Liens
Miscellaneous
Payments
Preferences/Avoidance
Property of the Estate
Reasons for Filing
Serial Filings
Executory Contracts

Future Claims
Mass Torts
Miscellaneous

GHSL 724(b)

Government
Collective Bargaining Agreements
Chapter 9
Environmental
Miscellaneous
Pensions
Sovereign Immunity
Tax

H.R. 764: Bankruptcy Amendments of 1997

Jurisdiction

Appellate Process
Article I v. Article III
Contempt Power
Empirical Data
Jury Trials
Personal Injury
Reference/Abstention
Sovereign Immunity
Venue

Service to the Estate & Ethics
Conflicts
Ethics
Fees & Costs
Local Counsel
Professionals
Standing Panel Trustee
U S Trustee

Shopping Centers

Small Business & Partnerships
Small Business

Non-Profits
Partnerships
Single Asset
Small Business

Subjects

Transnational
Ancillary


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