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Bankruptcy Law Reporter

What this service is:  

BNA's Bankruptcy Law Reporter provides regular, in-depth coverage of developments in commercial and consumer bankruptcy law and news about significant cases, including petition filings, plan confirmations, asset sales, and emergences from bankruptcy protection.  This comprehensive news source is available on the web exclusively through Bloomberg BNA’s Bankruptcy Law Resource Center.

What it helps you do:  

  • Follow significant changes in bankruptcy law with timely news coverage of judicial, legislative, and regulatory developments. Find out about filings, motions, and decisions, new and proposed legislation, and revisions to bankruptcy rules and forms.
  • Apply current case strategies and theories to your practice. Case summaries and analyses of appeals and bankruptcy court opinions by BNA lawyer-editors help you quickly ascertain the points of law discussed.
  • Keep up with Supreme Court bankruptcy decisions, oral arguments, petitions for certiorari, and pending cases.
  • Rely on BNA Insights articles written by expert practitioners for additional analysis and essential data.
  • Spot legal trends early and assess the value and strength of your cases.
  • Put significant developments into perspective and determine whether and how they'll have an impact on you and your clients.
  • Save valuable reading and research time with summaries of all significant cases and focused reports on the current state of bankruptcy law.

Product Structure

Notification: current reports providing news and developments

Formats and Frequency

Web notification is available through Bloomberg BNA’s Bankruptcy Law Resource Center and is updated continually. Print notification is available weekly. Print current reports are indexed quarterly, cumulating annually.  For more information regarding this product please contact your Bloomberg BNA sales representative or the Customer Contact Center at 800.372.1033.

  • Asset sales
  • Attorneys’ fees
  • Automatic stay
  • Bankruptcy reform
  • Bankruptcy statistics
  • Collateral estoppel
  • Cramdown
  • Credit counseling
  • Debt collection
  • Deepening insolvency
  • DIP financing
  • Dismissal or conversion
  • Earmarking doctrine
  • Emergences
  • Equitable subordination
  • Exceptions to discharge
  • Executory contracts and unexpired leases
  • Exemptions
  • Exit financing
  • Foreign proceedings
  • Fraudulent transfers
  • Homestead exemption
  • In pari delicto
  • Municipality
  • Payday loans
  • Plan confirmations
  • Preferences
  • Rejection of collective bargaining agreements
  • Student loans
  • Subprime lending
  • U.S. Trustees
  • Valuation