Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation helps attorneys deal with the wake of the BAPCPA and the current economic downturn. Many commercial lawyers are appearing in bankruptcy court to pursue matters that had been previously relegated to state or federal district courts. This volume covers, among other things:
- General bankruptcy practice and procedure
- The petition and first-day motions
- The automatic stay
- Debtor financing
- Cash and noncash collateral
- Executory contracts
With this edition the book is divided into three divisions. The first, called "Fundamentals", contains chapters covering the basics of commercial bankruptcy litigation. The second, called "Intersections", contains new chapters covering the intersection of bankruptcy law with other areas of law. The third, called "Special Focus Topics", contains new chapters covering various special interest points within commercial bankruptcy litigation.