July/August 2014

Three recent Chapman Client Alerts were published in the July/August issue of Pratt's Journal of Bankruptcy Law:

  • The article "Recent Challenges to Credit Bidding - A New Trend?" includes an expanded explanation of how two recent court decisions may impact original lenders looking to exercise the right to credit bid;
  • "Distressed Investing - A Trade Is a Trade, but a Fund May Not Be an Eligible Assignee" discusses two recent rulings related to the trading of distressed debt; and
  • "Turning Paper into Cash: Post-Judgment Collection Methods" explains the post-judgment collection process and a recent court case addressing post-judgment fraudulent transfers.

These articles are reprinted with permission.

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