Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Insolvency Law

Part One: Bankruptcy Law
Chapter 2: The Foundations of Bankruptcy Law
Chapter 3: Commencement of Bankruptcy
Chapter 4: Property of the Bankrupt
Chapter 5: Proprietary Claims of Third Parties
Chapter 6: Preserving the Bankrupt Estate
Chapter 7: Enhancing the Bankrupt Estate
Chapter 8: Administering the Bankrupt Estate
Chapter 9: The Proof, Valuation, and Payment of Claims
Chapter 10: Discharge of the Bankrupt

Part Two: Commercial Restructuring Law
Chapter 11: The Foundations of Commercial Restructuring Law
Chapter 12: Commencing Restructuring Proceedings
Chapter 13: Operating the Business
Chapter 14: Governance and Supervision
Chapter 15: Claims and Priorities
Chapter 16: Developing and Approving the Plan

Part Three: Receivership Law
Chapter 17: The Foundations of Receivership Law
Chapter 18: Commencement, Administration, and Supervision of the Receivership
Chapter 19: The Status, Powers, Duties, and Liabilities of the Receiver

Part Four: Other Insolvency Regimes
Chapter 20: Alternatives to Consumer and Farm Bankruptcy
Chapter 21: Specialized Insolvency Regimes
Chapter 22: Cross-Border Insolvencies

Table of Cases
Index
About the Author

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