Courting Failure: How Competition for Big Cases Is Corrupting the
Bankruptcy Courts (University of Michigan
Design and run your own empirical studies of big-case bankruptcies in
an abbreviated version of the Bankruptcy Research Database
View or buy copies of colorful graphics that explain procedure under
Chapters 7, 11, 12, and 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code
Strategies for Creditors in
Bankruptcy Proceedings. Buy copies of this one-volume guide (with
annul updating) from the publisher. The Fourth Edition was
published in December, 2003.
Articles and manuscripts. View a
list of Lynn M. LoPucki's writings with links to those available on-line.
Delaware and New York Bankruptcy Reorganizations Failing? 55 Vanderbilt Law Review 1922
(2002) (empirical study showing court competition to be the most likely
cause of the high reorganization failure rates in Delaware and New York).