Bankruptcy Litigation Publications

Supreme Court Clarifies Secured Creditors' Rights Under Chapter 11 "Cramdown" Plans
(publushed in Paraclete October 2012)

When Dealing with Payments to Creditors, Timing is Everything
(published in Paraclete June 2012; Res Ipsa July/August 2012)

While we Know Florida's Offer of Judgment Statute May Apply in Federal Court, Does Florida's Offer of Judgment Procedural Rule Apply?
(published in Paraclete Apr 2011; Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine May 2011; The Cramdown Winter 2011)

Life After Espinosa: Is Student Debt Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?
(published in Paraclete July / Aug 2010; Res Ipsa June / July 2010)

Tips You Should Know About Equitable Distribution and the Bankruptcy Code
(published in Paraclete Oct 2009; Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer magazine May 2010)

Stay Alert Creditors: There May Be Some Recourse When Dealing with a Repeat Bankruptcy Filer
(published in Paraclete March 2009; Res Ipsa Feb / March 2009; Florida Law Practice Link March 2009)

Individuals and Corporations Need to Beware of Civil Contempt in Bankruptcy Court
(published in Paraclete Nov 2008; Res Ipsa Oct / Nov 2008)

Family Law Considerations in Bankruptcy
(published in Paraclete July / Aug 2008; Res Ipsa Aug / Sept 2008)

Litigation in Bankruptcy Court
(published in Paraclete Apr 2008; Florida Law Practice Link Summer 2008)

When is Reconsideration of a Bankruptcy Court Order or Judgment an Option?
(published in Paraclete March 2008)

Can a Bankruptcy Trustee Stop the Defense of an Insurer by Claiming Insurance Proceeds are an Asset of the Estate?
(published in Paraclete Sept 2007; Res Ipsa Aug / Sept 2007; Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer magazine Oct 2009)

Fraud on the Court Will Not Go Unpunished
(published in Paraclete May 2007)

What Can You Do if You Purchase a Business and Find out Later that a Prior Owner Filed for Bankruptcy?
(published in Paraclete March 2007; Res Ipsa June / July 2007; Florida Law Practice Link Summer 2007)

How Do You Appeal a Bankruptcy Decision?
(published in Paraclete Feb 2007)

If You Sue a Debtor in Bankruptcy Court, Can You Collect Attorney's Fees Too?
(published in Paraclete Dec 2006 / Jan 2007; Res Ipsa Apr 2007 / May 2007)

Don't Forget the Earmarking Doctrine if Your Creditor Client is Sued in a Preference Action
(published in Paraclete Nov 2006; Res Ipsa Feb / March 2008)

Can a Creditor Step in the Bankruptcy Trustee's Shoes to Collect Assets?
(published in Paraclete 2006)

New Bankruptcy Code Grants Sellers Additional Time to Reclaim Their Goods
(published in Paraclete 2006)

Legislative Update: Commercial Leases under the New Bankruptcy Code
(published in Paraclete 2006)

Bankruptcy, a Landlord's Perspective- Part 4: Assignment of Leases and Practical Business Advice: The Final Frontier
(published in Paraclete 2005)

Bankruptcy, a Landlord's Perspective – Part 3: The Landlord's Rights if the Lease is Assumed
(published in Paraclete 2005)

Bankruptcy, a Landlord's Perspective – Part 2: The Landlord's Claim if the Lease is Rejected
(published in Paraclete 2005)

Bankruptcy, a Landlord's Perspective – Part 1: First Day Considerations
(published in Paraclete 2005)

Using The Bankruptcy Code To Take On The Tax Man / Part 4: Wrap Up of Individual Debtor Analysis
(published in Paraclete 2005)

Using The Bankruptcy Code to Take On The Tax Man / Part 3: Discussion of the Bankruptcy Reform Act; Dischargeability of Taxes in a Chapter 13 Case
(published in Paraclete 2005)

Using The Bankruptcy Code to Take On The Tax Man / Part 2: Dischargeability of Non-Income Taxes for Individual Chapter 7 Debtors
(published in Paraclete 2005)

Using the Bankruptcy Code to Take On The Tax Man / Part 1: Introduction / Dischargeability of Income Taxes for Individual Chapter 7 Debtors
(published in Paraclete March 2005)

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