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This book integrates important corporate bankruptcy caselaw stemming from the recent financial crisis, including Chrysler and General Motors, Madoff and other Ponzi schemes. It incorporates the Supreme Court's new pronouncements on BAPCPA's consumer bankruptcy reforms and its holding limiting the bankruptcy court's core statutory jurisdiction in Stern v. Marshall (2011). The book endeavors to be as current possible. The casebook's structure and method provides students with the full canon of bankruptcy law under the 1978 Bankruptcy Code through carefully selected and edited principal cases and thoughtful notes and problems connecting current cases with bankruptcy law's history.

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