Creditor Publications

Supreme Court Clarifies Secured Creditors’ Rights Under Chapter 11 “Cramdown” Plans
(published in Paraclete October 2012)

Look Before You File: The Bankruptcy Code Provides Not All Debts Are Dischargeable
(published in Paraclete July 2012; Res Ipsa January/February 2013)

Eleventh Circuit Decision Changes the Landscape for Chapter 7 Strip Offs
(published in Paraclete July 2012; Res Ipsa January/February 2013)

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

Courts Divided Over Using Chapter 20 Bankruptcy Filings to "Strip Off" Wholly Unsecured Mortgages
(published in Paraclete May 2012; Res Ipsa May/June 2012)

Debtors and Creditors, Keep in Mind the Treatment of Support Obligations and Property Settlement under the New Bankruptcy Law
(published in Paraclete December 2011/January 2012)

A Guide to Chapter 7 Trustee Elections
(published Florida Law Practice Link June 2011)

Creditors, Stay Alert! You May be Able to Collect Undistributed Funds from the Trustee
(published Paraclete June 2011)

Unsecured Creditors Obtain a Victory with Eleventh Circuit's Tennyson Decision
(published in Paraclete Oct 2010; Res Ipsa Oct 2010; Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer Magazine Oct 2010)

A Bank's Entitlement to Rents upon Default
(published in Paraclete November 2010; Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer magazine November 2010; Res Ipsa March / April 2011)

What You Should Know About Secured Claims When a Preferential Transfer Occurs
(published in Paraclete Dec 2009 / Jan 2010; Hillsborough County Bar Association Lawyer magazine Dec 2009 / Jan 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)

The Potential Cost - to You and your Client - of Failing to Disclose a Tort Claim in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in the First Circuit
(published in New Hampshire Association of Justice Trial Bar News Fall 2009)

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)

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

Can a Creditor Obtain a Lien on Cash Proceeds?
(published in Paraclete June 2008; Res Ipsa June / July 2008)

When a Bankruptcy Trustee Sells Real Property Owned by a Debtor and a Non-Debtor Co-Owner, What Happens to the Sale Proceeds?
(published in Paraclete Apr 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 / May 2007)

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

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