Corporate Reorganization

Law 331



Rigorous Writing Experience (RWE)



Contemporary topics and challenges in chapter 11 bankruptcy and related restructurings.  Debtor-in-possession financing, 363 all-asset sales, industry-specific problems (airlines, retailers), mass torts, professional fee controversies, the role of the judge and the United States Trustee, normative theories and empirical studies.  Use of a variety of primary sources  rather than just appellate court decisions.

Bankruptcy is a prerequisite.

Bankruptcy. Students who have not previously taken the basic bankruptcy course may not register for Corporate Reorganization without Professor Jacoby's express written permission. 

Students who have already taken bankruptcy and business bankruptcy should consult with me before enrolling in Corporate Reorganization.

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