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Elizabeth C. Wiggins
February 21, 1994

Survey results regarding suggested changes to Fed. R. Bankr. P. 1006 are presented in this memo.

Gordon Bermant, Patricia A. Lombard, Elizabeth C. Wiggins
January 1, 1993

Reprint of 67 American Bankruptcy Law Journal 195 (Spring 1993).

Elizabeth Warren
January 1, 1993

A general overview of the policies and practices of the business bankruptcy system. It covers both Chapter 7 liquidation and Chapter 11 reorganization.

S. Elizabeth Gibson
January 1, 1992

A guide for a judge who must handle the multiple issues involved in a bankruptcy mega-case.

Elizabeth C. Wiggins, Gordon Bermant, Patricia A. Lombard
January 1, 1991

At the request of the Judicial Conference Committee on the Administration of the Bankruptcy System, during fiscal year 1989, the Center surveyed the caseloads of 272 bankruptcy judges (97% of those sitting at the time).

Gordon Bermant, Judy B. Sloan
January 1, 1989

A description of the Ninth Circuit's early use of panels composed of three bankruptcy judges to hear and decide initial appeals from decisions of the bankruptcy courts. Reprinted from 21 Arizona State University Law Journal 181 (1989).

Gordon Bermant, Steven Hartwell
January 1, 1988

A study of the Southern District of California's bankruptcy mediation program. The authors summarize interviews with twenty-six program participants and analyze the first eighty adversary proceedings to come to mediation.

John E. Shapard
January 1, 1985

A brief description of a test of the use of videotape for part of the bankruptcy discharge hearing for debtors required by 11 U.S.C. Section 524(d). The test demonstrated that use of the videotape conserves judge time and can enhance the value of the hearing to the debtor.

John E. Shapard
January 1, 1982

This study, done at the request of the Bankruptcy Division of the Administrative Office, is an analysis of the caseload burdens of bankruptcy judges, using a refinement of the time study method developed in the 1979 district court time study.


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