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June 12, 2020

This topic-focused educational presentation is focused on additional considerations beyond the main focus of the full presentation.

June 12, 2020

This topic-focused educational presentation is focused on foreclosure. This presentation is part of a larger presentation available on the bankruptcy sub-page of the FJC's Federal–State Cooperation special topics page. 

June 12, 2020

This topic-focused educational presentation is focused on bankruptcy discharge. This presentation is part of a larger presentation available on bankruptcy sub-page of the FJC's Federal–State Cooperation special topics page. 

June 12, 2020

This topic-focused educational presentation is focused on the intersection of bankruptcy and family law.

June 12, 2020

This topic-focused educational presentation is focused on the automatic stay. This presentation is part of a larger presentation available on the bankruptcy sub-page of the FJC's Federal–State Cooperation special topics page. 

June 12, 2020

This topic-focused educational presentation is intended to provide an overview of bankruptcy law.

June 12, 2020

This file is the full version of a presentation intended to help individuals learn more about common bankruptcy issues.

September 26, 2019

This unique bankruptcy time line maps the evolution of bankruptcy law from its inception in 1787 in the U.S. Constitution through 2019.

Elizabeth C. Wiggins, Lawrence A. Larose
February 7, 2018

Lawrence A. Larose, partner at Norton Rose Fulbright who leads the firm’s municipal restructuring practice, discusses municipal finance and how it differs from corporate finance from a bankruptcy perspective.

Elizabeth C. Wiggins
November 15, 2017

This guide on the use of distance participation (DP) technology to conduct bankruptcy hear­ings and trials provides an overview of general considerations, ranging from philo­sophical to practical, and then examines separately the use of the teleconferencing and videoconferencing.

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