Law 558: Bankruptcy
SCHOOL OF LAW
Exploration of the legal, practical, and theoretical aspects of financial insolvency of both individuals and business entities under the Bankruptcy Code. Emphasis on topics that apply both to liquidations and reorganizations under the Bankruptcy Code, including involuntary bankruptcy, claims resolution, scope of bankruptcy discharge, executory contracts, trustee's avoidance powers and distribution. In addition, the individual's right to a "fresh start" will be examined.
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