Browsing Robert H. McKinney School of Law by Subject "bankruptcy"

Browsing Robert H. McKinney School of Law by Subject "bankruptcy"

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  • Georgakopoulos, Nicholas L. (2002)
    The accepted economic function of bankruptcy law is that it resolves collective action problems between self-interested creditors. This article argues that this collective-action-resolving function is only one of a multitude ...
  • Georgakopoulos, Nicholas L. (1997)
    In this article, the author enters into the debate about the desirability of the "new value" exception to Bankruptcy Law's absolute priority rule. After a description of the theory's origins, the author rejects the formal ...
  • Huffman, Max (2015)
    Modern business bankruptcies commonly involve mergers and acquisitions pursued as “fire sales.” The bankruptcy forum and the unique incentives bankruptcy creates allow those acquisitions to take place with reduced constituent ...

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