Ginsberg & Martin on Bankruptcy, 4th Edition
Judges Ginsberg and Martin provide a comprehensive 'how-to' for all areas of bankruptcy practice, with complete coverage of the latest case law developments. They examine every aspect of bankruptcy from the debtor's and creditor's perspectives and then compare and contrast the handling of each bankruptcy issue under Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12, and Chapter 13. Significantly revised and updated, this practical resource has a disk library of forms -- that conform To The Bankruptcy Rules -- for every situation that can arise in a bankruptcy proceeding, along with expert commentary and guidance to provide a complete understanding of the use of the form. Key areas covered include: New official forms approved by the Judicial Conference Megacases Pre-confirmation, post-confirmation, and motion scheduling Writs of habeas corpus and ad testificandu Reopening a bankruptcy case Paying attorneys' fees into a trust account How to benefit from the use of regular and shortened service lists the trustee's strong-arm power the automatic stay Compensation and reimbursement of trustees Discharge and dischargeability and more.
Steven H. Resnicoff, contributing Co-Editor, Ginsberg & Martin on Bankruptcy (Ginsberg and Martin, eds., 4th ed. Aspen Law and Business, 1995)