Bankruptcy Law Resource Center

Bloomberg BNA’s Bankruptcy Law Resource Center™ is an online platform offering content focused on the major areas of commercial and consumer bankruptcy law service. The Resource Center combines news, legal analysis, case law, primary sources, and practice tools in a single easily searchable site.




Stay up to date on the latest news and developments with BNA’s Bankruptcy Law Reporter™ and our premier news service offering authoritative coverage of the latest developments in bankruptcy law and news about major cases from our extensive network of reporters and correspondents across the U.S. Bankruptcy Law News Monitor™ provides up-to-the-minute bankruptcy and insolvency news articles from thousands of sources in an easy-to-scan dashboard format.


Portfolios included in the Resource Center provide an in-depth legal analysis of the corporate and tax aspects of bankruptcy legal issues written by expert practitioners and include extensive citations and links to statutory, regulatory, and judicial authorities with practical insights into their implications. The following Portfolio titles are included: Protecting the Corporate Creditor Under the Bankruptcy Code, Discharge of Indebtedness, Bankruptcy and Insolvency, and State Tax Aspects of Bankruptcy.

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Reinforce best practices with our proprietary suite of time-saving tools, including practitioner-developed forms and checklists, along with the Supreme Court Scoreboard to track bankruptcy related petitions for Supreme Court review from filing through argument to decision.


The most comprehensive commercial and consumer bankruptcy law service available, offering full online text of court decisions, the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and related statutes, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, and other bankruptcy-related documents from various federal agencies — making your research simpler.


Topics Covered
  • 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
Key Laws & Regulations Covered
  • Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 7, Liquidation
  • Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 11, Reorganization
  • Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure


Reference: analysis, guidance, and primary source material.
Source Documents: full-text of judicial opinions, rulings, and memoranda, and Bankruptcy Code, Rules, and related statues.
current reports providing news and developments.

Format & Frequency

Available online daily with email highlights and news from BNA’s Bankruptcy Law Reporter.