BANKRUPTCY

The Administrative Expense Priority in Bankruptcy—A Survey……36:135

Bankrupt’s Immunity from the Use or Derivative Use of His Bankruptcy Testimony in a Subsequent Criminal Proceeding……25:465

The Changing Standards of Adequate Protection in Farm Bankruptcy Reorganizations……37:323

Chapter 12 After Almost One Year in the Bankruptcy Courts……37:211

Conservation Reserve Program and Its Effect on Farmers Filing Bankruptcy……43:157

Contract Obligation: A Discussion of Morality, Bankruptcy, and Student Debt……42:205

The Effects of the Chapter 12 Legislation on Informal Resolution of Farm Debt Problems……37:197

Everything a Bankrupt Needs to Know About Life Insurance but Wasn’t Told……22:146

Of Exclusivity and For Cause: 11 U.S.C. Section 1121(d) Re-Examined……36:533

Federal Powers After Seminole Tribe: Constitutionally Bankrupt……47:467

Foreclosures in Iowa—An Update……38:589

Hammer v. Beneficial Finance Co. (Bankr. N.D. Iowa 1981)—Application of the Lien Avoidance Provision of the Bankruptcy Reform Act to Nonpossessory, Nonpurchase-Money Security Interests Created Prior to the Enactment of the Act Constitutes a Taking in Violation of the Fifth Amendment……31:240

Has the Uniform Partnership Act Been Superseded by Subchapter K?……41:461

In re Crimmins (S.D.N.Y. 1975)—Where the Main Thrust of the Securities Fraud Action Was Not that the Bankrupt Carelessly Failed to Investigate and Report the Financial Condition of a Corporation Whose Stock He Was Recommending for Purchase, but, on the Contrary, that He Was Intimately Involved with the Corporation as a Massive Shareholder and that He Failed to Disclose this Conflict of Interest and a Pending Investigation Respecting It, the Claim Was Not a “Provable Debt,” Dischargeable in Bankruptcy……25:773

In re Martin (8th Cir. 1985)—Whether Debtor’s Proposal to Sell Secured Creditor’s Collateral Adequately Protects a Secured Creditor’s Bargained-For Interest Requires Court Determination of the Value of the Creditor’s Secured Interest, the Risk to that Value Upon Approval of Debtor’s Plan, and Whether the Creditor Is Afforded the Indubitable Equivalent of Such Value Under Debtor’s Proposal……35:667

In re Samuels & Co. (5th Cir. 1975)—Unpaid Cash Sellers Have a Right of Reclamation Which Takes Priority over a Security Interest of the Debtor’s Financier, Even Though Sellers Failed to File Their Claim Within the Ten Day Period Required by Article Two of the Uniform Commercial Code……25:239

In re Sullivan (7th Cir. 1982)—Under the “Opt-Out” Provision of Section 522(b)(1) of the Bankruptcy Reform Act States May Prohibit Debtors from Electing the Federal Schedule of Exemptions Allowed by State Law Without Violating the Uniformity Requirement of the Bankruptcy Clause of the United States Constitution……32:561

Is Bankruptcy Really Necessary? Potential Causes of Action Lost Upon Filing……25:411

A Look at Court Mandated Civil Mediation……49:367

Losing at Dodgeball: Understanding the Supreme Court’s Implied Authorization of Consent in Executive Benefits Insurance Agency v. Arkison and Why Revision of 28 U.S.C. § 157(B) is Critical for Clarity……63:109

“Reasonable Rent” and Opportunity Cost in the Family Farmer Bankruptcy Act……39:863

“Reasonable Expectation” Define Board Power to Liquidate a Solvent Close Corporation in Bankruptcy……41:421

Reclamation of Goods by Unsecured Sellers in Bankruptcy Proceedings……24:357

The Related To Subject Matter Jurisdiction of Bankruptcy Courts……44:1

Risk Sharing Down on the Farm: A Comparison of Farmer Bankruptcy and Insolvency Statutes or Selling the Farm……45:331

So He Huffed and He Puffed . . . But Will the Home(stead) Fall Down?: The Applicability of Sec. 522(p)(1) of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code to Varying Interest Accumulations of the Debtor in Homestead Property……57:729

The Trustee’s Choice? The Ability of the Trustee to Waive a Corporation’s Attorney Client Privilege in a Corporate Bankruptcy……37:129

United States v. Whiting Pools, Inc. (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1983)—Under the Turnover Provision of Section 542(A) of the Bankruptcy Reform Act, the Bankruptcy Court Can Order the Internal Revenue Service to Turn Over Property that Was Seized Prior to Debtor’s Filing for Reorganization……33:737

The Validity of a Sellers Right to Reclaim Property Under Section 2.702(2) of the U.C.C. Against the Trustee in Bankruptcy: The Problem Continues……27:89