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Insolvency News and Analysis – Week Ending September 19, 2014

Insolvency News and Analysis – Week Ending September 19, 2014

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Claims

Court Denies Administrative Priority Status to Seller Whose Goods Were Not Received by the Debtor

Auction Design for Claims Trading

Sales

Purchasers at Bankruptcy Sales — They can’t be bad and expect to be protected as “good”

Secured Claims and Credit

Perfection and the New Jurisdiction-Hopping Corporations

Mysteries Of The Uniform Commercial Code: Leases Of Goods That Become Installed In, Affixed To, Or Mixed With Other Goods

Credit Bid: Loan-to-Own Strikes Out

Credit Bid (Round 2): What Does It Take to Show “Cause”?

A Refresher on Lender Liability

Sales

Weathering the Storm: Eleventh Circuit Vacates Four-Year-Old 363 Sale Order Based on Bad Faith Filing of an Involuntary Bankruptcy Case

Confirmation

The Role of Profit in Valuing Chapter 11 Cramdown Paper

Momentous Decision in Momentive Performance Materials Part IV: Make-Wholes and Third Party Releases

Intellectual Property

The Messy Problem of IP Licensing During Bankruptcy

Cross-Border

PUSHING THE BORDERS OF CHAPTER 15: WHEN A FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVE “FLOUTS” THE PURPOSES OF CROSS-BORDER INSOLVENCY

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