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Bankruptcy and Insolvency News and Analysis – Week Ending January 22, 2016

Bankruptcy and Insolvency News and Analysis – Week Ending January 22, 2016

Trends

Bankruptcies sink to lowest point since 2006

Legislation and Rules

Key Considerations for Bankruptcy Practitioners Regarding Amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Automatic Stay

What Creditors Need to Know – Two Recent Bankruptcy Rulings Affect Rights and Risks Regarding the Automatic Stay

Executory Contracts

Limited Liability Company Interests as Property of a Debtor’s Estate – Executory Agreements and the Conundrum of Section 365

Claims

No Authorization? No Problem. Court Finds that Unauthorized Loan Is Entitled to Priority Status

Discharge Injunction: Secured Claims Can Ride through Bankruptcy Without Regard to a Discharge

Disclosing Claims-Trading Prices Would Hurt Debtors, Creditors

Avoidance and Recovery

Bankruptcy Court Tightens Intentional Fraudulent Transfer Pleading Requirements

Extraterritorial Transactions – a Viable Way to “Take the Money and Run”?

Lenders are Required to Investigate Suspicious Loan Transactions

Liquidation

The Death of an LLC: What’s Trending in LLC Dissolution Law?

Cross-Border

Berau May Expand US Restructuring Options for Foreign Issuers

How Wide is a Worldwide Stay? Bankruptcy Court Analyzes Scope of Foreign Court’s Stay Order

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