• Articles:

    An Orderly Liquidation Authority is Not the Solution to Too-Big-to-Fail
    Roberta S. Karmel  

    A Comparison of Liquidation Regimes: Dodd-Frank’s Orderly Liquidation Authority and the Securities Investor Protection Act
    Thomas W. Joo

    A Comparative Study of Bankruptcy as Bailout
    Stephanie Ben-Ishai & Stephen J. Lubben

    Retooling General Motors: Defending an Innovative Use of the Bankruptcy Code to Save America’s Auto Industry
    Joseph H. Smolinsky

    The New World Order: Financial Guaranty Company Restructuring and Traditional Insurance Insolvency Principles
    Bill Goddard

    The New German System of Rescuing Banks
    Christoph G. Paulus

  • Notes:

    The New Financial Incentives and Expanded Anti-Retaliation Protections for Whistleblowers Created by Section 922 of the Dodd-Frank Act: Actual Progress or Just Politics?
    Vanessa Castellina
    Balancing the Equities: Considering the “Flip-Side” of the UBIT and Forming a Workable Solution
    Kalle Condliffe

    A Shocking Loss of Investor Protection: The Implications of Morrison v. National Australia Bank
    Nidhi M. Geevarghese

    Are Certain Creditors Too Big (or Important) to Fail?
    GenTina M. Sutorius

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