The Bankruptcy Law Committee
members comprise counsel for corporations, in house and outside, and individuals, as well as judges. We seek to further our individual practices while benefiting the professional community. The Committee reviews and distributes summaries and practice pointers regarding recent and trend setting case law from federal bankruptcy courts located in New York as well as new legislation of interest to Committee members. In addition, full committee meetings are held four times a year, in-person or telephonically, to bring the members together from all over the State in an atmosphere that is conducive to helping each other and working with each other. Also, committee meetings provide a platform for educational programs presented by relevant specialists, either members or non-lawyer professionals.
Recent Committee Activity
As published in the NY Business Law Journal
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Links of Interest
This site has a good overview of bankruptcy. In addition, it has links to
primary and secondary bankruptcy sources that the general practitioner, student
lawyer, and bankruptcy lawyer need. Although the Nolo Legal Encyclopedia is one
of those links, it is listed separately below to assist the consumer in easily
accessing general information on bankruptcy.
This site is recommended for the bankruptcy lawyer, the general practitioner,
and the student lawyer. It contains primary materials that include international
bankruptcy laws, secondary materials, and news articles. An alphabetized list of
these materials may be accessed either by clicking on the site map or by
clicking on the link to the site map listed in paragraph 3.
This link is listed separately to aid the inexperienced researcher in easily
accessing the information that he/she needs. Note, however, that there is no
link to international bankruptcy laws from the site map; they must be accessed
from ABI’s homepage. That link is listed in paragraph 2.
The lawyer or law student may access local rules and other information from
the bankruptcy courts of New York from the first four of these links and may
access any federal court from the fifth link.
Equally important, the lawyer or law student may track the status of federal
legislation and obtain legislative history at this site.
The lawyer or law student may search here for publications by the American
Bar Association pertaining to bankruptcy.
Here, consumers may access general information on bankruptcy including, but
not limited to, chapters 7 and 13 of the bankruptcy code from Nolo’s Legal