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The Top Ten Cases That Every Bankruptcy Practitioner Should Know
The cases discussed in this article are those that many bankruptcy practitioners can recite by case name, largely because they established a bedrock principle of bankruptcy law.

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Toto, I’ve Got a Feeling We’re Not in Kansas Anymore: Bankruptcy Sales Outside the Ordinary Course of Business
This article reviews the basic structure of a modern day § 363 sale and then addresses some of the common issues faced by courts and practitioners in connection with sales of all or substantially all of a debtor’s assets outside of the debtor’s ordinary course of business.
The Defendant Has Not Written You the Check—Now What?
Winning is great, but collecting is better, and from the day of the disaster befalling the plaintiff, the defendant seeks to shield the assets to impede collection.