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The second edition of Consumer Bankruptcy is a case book designed for a two- or three-unit law school course focusing solely on the unique issues that arise under the United States Bankruptcy Code when an individual with primarily consumer debts files for bankruptcy. The book fully explores the complexities introduced in 2005 with the enactment of the...
The second edition of Consumer Bankruptcy is a case book designed for a two- or three-unit law school course focusing solely on the unique issues that arise under the United States Bankruptcy Code when an individual with primarily consumer debts files for bankruptcy. The book fully explores the complexities introduced in 2005 with the enactment of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act, legislation that clearly sets out consumer bankruptcies as a very technical sub-specialty in the field of bankruptcy. Covered in this book are the barriers to entry by a consumer into chapter 7 liquidation, issues relating to discharge of debt, chapter 13 plans and chapter 13 cases converted to chapter 7. About the author: David Gray Carlson is Professor of Law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He is the author of a treatise on secured credit in bankruptcy and of over sixty law review articles on various aspects of bankruptcy and debtor-creditor law. Five of these articles concern the effect of the 2005 Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act, which revolutionized the law of consumer bankruptcies. He has taught a basic bankruptcy course for 25 years, before concluding that consumer bankruptcies had become such a sub-specialty that it is better taught in a course separate from the basic course. Besides teaching at Cardozo Law School, Carlson has taught at George Washington University Law School, University of Miami Law School, University of Michigan Law School and Washington & Lee School of Law.
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