Bloomberg Law’s® Bankruptcy Law News publishes case summaries of the most recent important bankruptcy law decisions, tracks major commercial bankruptcies, and reports on developments in bankruptcy reform in Congress and bankruptcy-related petitions before the Supreme Court.

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  • Significant judicial and legislative developments in bankruptcy law
  • Bankruptcy decisions issued by all federal courts, from bankruptcy courts through the U.S. Supreme Court
  • News about large commercial bankruptcy cases, including recent filings, plan confirmations, asset sales, and emergences
  • Actions of government agencies that handle issues affecting the bankruptcy community
  • Articles on related topics, such as predatory lending and consumer credit


  • Asset sales
  • Attorneys’ fees
  • Automatic stay
  • Bankruptcy reform
  • Bankruptcy statistics
  • Collateral estoppel
  • Cramdown
  • Credit counseling
  • Debt collection
  • Deepening insolvency
  • Derivatives
  • 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
  • Valuation
  • Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 7, Liquidation
  • Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 11, Reorganization
  • Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure

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