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April 26, 2018

This package of materials was transmitted to Congress on April 26, 2018, concerning amendments to the Federal Rules of Practice and Procedure to become effective on December 1, 2018.

Amendments to the Federal Rules of Practice and Procedure are as follows:

February 7, 2018

This unique bankruptcy time line maps the evolution of bankruptcy law from its inception in 1787 in the U.S. Constitution through 2018. It also provides statistics demonstrating the burgeoning bankruptcy caseloads, and historical snapshots of select sociopolitical events that occurred along the way.

This updated time line is forthcoming. Requests will be filled as soon as it is available.

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

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.

Related videos are available in the Chapter 9 Online Repository.

December 5, 2017

This package of materials was transmitted to the U.S. Supreme Court on October 4, 2017, concerning amendments to the Federal Rules of Practice and Procedure to become effective on December 1, 2018.

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November 15, 2017
Elizabeth C. Wiggins

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. Each district, and indeed each judge, must decide whether to use DP technology, and if so, how to use it.

November 15, 2017
Elizabeth C. Wiggins

Municipalities facing fiscal crisis often must make difficult choices, attempting to balance their financial obligations with obligations to deliver critical services, such as the provision of public safety, education, and health, as well as water, sewer, and transportation services. The primary objectives of Chapter 9—to provide a breathing spell to, and adjust the debts of, a distressed municipality—are familiar to bankruptcy professionals. The substance and process of Chapter 9, however, differ from other plan chapters under the Bankruptcy Code in meaningful ways.

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November 7, 2017
Elizabeth C. Wiggins

This repository of materials was developed as a companion to the manual, Navigating Chapter 9 of the Bankruptcy Code, to provide courts with examples of case documents and other resource materials related to issues likely to arise in Chapter 9 cases.

October 26, 2017
Michelle M. Harner

Judge Michelle Harner, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland (at the time of the recording, Professor of Law, University of Maryland School of Law), discusses reasons for the development of the manual, Navigating Chapter 9 of the Bankruptcy Code.

Related videos are available in the Chapter 9 Online Repository.

October 26, 2017
Eduardo C. Robreno

Judge Eduardo Robreno, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and member of the Judicial Conference Committee on the Administration of the Bankruptcy System, discusses the origin and development of the manual, Navigating Chapter 9 of the Bankruptcy Code.

Related videos are available in the Chapter 9 Online Repository.

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