Dallas, Texas, March 26, 2018 – Bryan Wick and Jason Rudd recently co-authored chapters in Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation and Strategic Alternatives for and Against Distressed Businesses, both published by Thomson Reuters.
Bryan and Jason co-authored Chapter 11, Postconfirmation Litigation, in Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation, 2d, 2018 ed., a comprehensive guidebook for practitioners facing litigation in a bankruptcy context. Chapter 11, Postconfirmation Litigation, discusses the prosecution and defense of the types of claims often litigated following a debtor’s confirmation of its bankruptcy plan, with specific attention to fraudulent transfer, preference and related avoidance actions and defenses. Highlights of this year’s edition can be found here.
Bryan and Jason also co-authored Chapter 35, Texas, in Strategic Alternatives for and Against Distressed Businesses, 2018 ed., which is a thorough overview of the options available to a distressed business and its creditors and constituents, both in and out of bankruptcy. Chapter 35, Texas, details the assignment for the benefit of creditors (ABC) process under Texas law and the opportunities and pitfalls it presents. Highlights of this year’s edition can be found here.
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