Bankruptcy Litigation Committee


Post date: Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Rarely is an official rule of court publicly acknowledged as a license for a “fishing expedition,” but that is the characterization often conferred by the courts o

Post date: Friday, July 07, 2006

In Industrial Clearinghouse Inc. v. Mims (In re Coastal Plains Inc.), 338 B.R. 703 (N.D. Texas 2006), the U.S.

Post date: Friday, July 07, 2006

The Second and Third Circuits recently issued opinions that support the enforceability of otherwise valid arbitration clauses in core bankruptcy matters.

Post date: Friday, July 07, 2006
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Hannah Mufson McCollum

In ordinary litigation proceedings, lawyers often introduce summaries for a variety of purposes, either evidentiary, demonstrative or both.

Post date: Saturday, January 01, 2000

Imagine yourself representing former insiders of a chapter 11 debtor in an adversary proceeding charging your clients with breach of fiduciary duties.


Mr. John C. Cannizzaro
Ice Miller LLP
Columbus, OH
(614) 462-2700

Ms. Isley Markman Gostin
Washington, DC
(202) 663-6551

Mr. Mark A. Platt
Communications Manager
Frost Brown Todd LLC
Dallas, TX
(214) 580-5852

Ms. Sara L. Abner, Esq.
Education Director
Frost Brown Todd LLC
Louisville, KY
(502) 779-8178

Mrs. Dana L. Robbins
Membership Relations Director
Burr & Forman LLP
Tampa, FL
(813) 367-5760

Mr. Jon Jay Lieberman
Special Projects Leader
Sottile & Barile LLC
Loveland, OH
(859) 912-1659

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