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Web posted and Copyright © 1/12/98, American Bankruptcy Institute.

The following abstract summarizes the text of submissions made to the National Bankruptcy Review Commission. The abstract is organized by NBRC working group and topic.


The Final Report of the NBRC can be viewed on-line. To obtain a copy of any document shown below, contact the Center for Legislative Archives, Room 205, National Archives Building, Washington, D.C. 20408. The telephone number is 202/501-5350. Mr. R. Michael McReynolds, Deputy Director, will be able to assist with specific inquiries. (The NBRC documents will be housed at this location until June, 1999. Thereafter, the records will be transferred to the Center's archives in College Park, MD.)

Government: Collective Bargaining Agreements
IDNameGroupOtherCode
Sec
Cross
Ref
Problem ReferencedProposed Solutions
NBRC-
0303
Commercial Law League of AmericaCommercial Law League of America (CLLA)
1113
The Commerical Law League of America believes that the following issue should be considered by the NBRC: What has been the impact of § 1113 on collective bargainning agreementsThe CLLA believes that this issue should receive "high priority."
NBRC-
1008
Bob ChaninGeneral Counsel, National Education Association (NEA)


NEA enthusiastically supports the proposal by Commissioner Ceccotti to amend Chapter 9 of the Bankruptcy Code to ensure that the employees of municipal debtors who are working under collective bargaining agreements are afforded the same federal statutory rights as their private sector counterparts.N/A



 

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