Volume 29 (2012 - 2013)



Volume 29, Issue 1

A TRIBUTE TO JUSTICE GEOFFREY MORAWETZ

J. Stephen Ferketic, Introduction

Steven Golick, Tribute 

Justice Geoffrey Morawetz, Acceptance Remarks

ARTICLES

Nathan Goralnik, The Over-Encumbered Trade-in in Chapter 13

Theresa J. Pulley Radwan, Projecting the Impact of Lanning and Ransom: Calculating “Projected Disposable Income” in Chapter 13 Repayment Plans

COMMENTS

Alla Raykin, Section 363 Sales: Mooting Due Process?

Stephanie Bentley, Responding to Stern v. Marshall

Dominick Capotosto, Educational Expense Deductions from the Chapter 13 Plan: Creating a “Reasonably Necessary” Standard

Kimberly Lehnert, Termination of the Stay for Successive Filers: Interpreting § 362(c)(3)

Yvana L.B.H. Mols, Bankruptcy Stigma and Vulnerability: Questioning Autonomy and Structuring Resilience

Volume 29, Issue 2

SYMPOSIUM

Yvana Mols, Introduction

Patrick Darby, Mark Kaufman, Marc Levinson, Gary Marsh, Eric Schaffer, Corporate Bankruptcy Panel: Municipal Restructuring

The Honorable Paul W. Bonapfel, John A. Thomson, Jr., Richard Thomson, Consumer Bankruptcy Panel: Fiduciary Exceptions to Discharge with a Focus on Defalcation

ARTICLE

Nora Wouters & Alla Raykin, Corporate Group Cross-Border Insolvencies Between the United States & European Union: Legal & Economic Developments

COMMENTS

Seong-hee Lee, Installment Land Contracts in Purchaser Bankruptcy

Kelly Gould, Don’t Rely on Plain Meaning, Trust Your Intuition: Trustees are Not “Individuals” Eligible to Recover Punitive Damages Under § 362(k)

Anthony Hall, To Include or To Not Include: Examining When Attorneys’ Fees May Be Awarded Under § 362(k)(1)

Samantha Orovitz, The Bankruptcy Shadow: Section 525(b) and the Job Applicant’s Sisyphean Struggle for a Fresh Start