Release on 1998 | by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Courts,United States
Business Bankruptcy Issues in Review : Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Courts of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundred Fifth Congress, Second Session on S. 1914 ... May 19, and June 1, 1998
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Courts,United States
Release on 2012-02-27 | by Daniel M. Press,Brett Weiss
Author: Daniel M. Press,Brett Weiss
Chapter 11 for Individual Debtors: A Collier Monograph lays out the groundwork, reviews the fundamentals, provides forms, and lets counsel know how to properly represent and advise an individual chapter 11 client from the initial interview to discharge. It is both a primer for bankruptcy attorneys who have not previously represented chapter 11 individual debtors, as well as a detailed description of the law and procedure applying to this type of case for the experienced practitioner. Chapter 11 for Individual Debtors discusses some of the common chapter 11 pitfalls, and highlights the differences and similarities with chapter 13. For the more experienced individual chapter 11 practitioner, it offers strategies and in-depth explanations of some of the more complex areas of individual chapter 11 practice. Forms covering major aspects of a chapter 11 case, from an Application for Employment of Counsel to an Emergency Motion to Use Cash Collateral to the Disclosure Statement and chapter 11 Plan, are included.
Release on 1994-01-01 | by C. James A. Pusateri,Karen S. Kressin,James J. O'Malley
Author: C. James A. Pusateri,Karen S. Kressin,James J. O'Malley
Pubpsher: Beard Books
Category: Business & Economics
Pusateri (Washburn Law School), a former bankruptcy judge, et al. assemble 24 chapters that discuss reorganization in small business bankruptcy, considering both sides. Attorneys from the US explain attorney employment and compensation, cash and hotel collateral, relief from stay, postpetition financing, executory contracts, creditor strategies, as
The all-in-one business law book! When you run a small business, legal questions crop up almost on a daily basis. Ignoring them can threaten your enterprise—but hiring a lawyer to help with routine issues can devastate the bottom line. Fortunately, you have a better alternative. Legal Guide for Starting & Running a Small Business clearly explains how to: raise start-up money pick the right business structure get licenses and permits negotiate a favorable lease protect yourself with the right insurance create binding contracts hire, fire, and manage employees cope with financial problems protect your personal assets, and save on business taxes. The 15th edition is completely updated with the latest business tax rules and numbers, including options for members of husband and wife LLCs, rules for depreciating and expensing business assets, and best practices for classifying workers (as employee or independent contractor).
Release on 2017-12-30 | by Stephen Elias,Leon Bayer
Will It Work for You?
Author: Stephen Elias,Leon Bayer
Choose the best bankruptcy option The New Bankruptcy provides clear-cut information, answers to common questions, worksheets, and strategies to help you figure out whether bankruptcy is the right solution to your debt problem. Find out: the main differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy whether you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy (the means test) how the Chapter 13 repayment plan works which type of bankruptcy (7 or 13) is better in various situations which debts are wiped out what happens to your property, including your home, car, and retirement accounts, and other ways to handle debt problems. The book also outlines the bankruptcy process and includes completed sample bankruptcy forms.