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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1984||10/19/2015|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Changes to Key Retention Plans||2007|
|Bankruptcy Litigation Manual, Aspen Law & Business, 1992 - 2007 (Annually)||Chapter 14: Non-Bankruptcy Claims||2007|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Court Must Honor Arbitration Clause -- Valid arbitration agreements must be enforced in bankruptcy core proceedings||2006|
|ABI Bankruptcy Taxation Newsletter||IRS' New Rules for the Treatment of Individual Chapter 11 Debtors' Income||2006|
|New Jersey Bankruptcy Manual (2d Ed.)||Attorney Ethics||2006|
|New Jersey Lawyer||Economic Realities and Economic Compulsion/Financial Transactions Structured as Leases Rather than Sales||2005|
|New Jersey Lawyer||Equipment Leases||2005|
|New Jersey Law Journal, Bankruptcy Law Section||No Priority for Unemployment Benefits||2005|
|Law Education Institute, Inc., 2002 National CLE Conference: Bankruptcy Law Publication||Bankruptcy Remote Entities in the Wake of LTV Steel||2002|
|Bankruptcy Strategist||An Appearance of Impropriety Not Enough to Disqualify Counsel||1998|
|New Jersey Bar Association Bankruptcy Law Section's Sixth Annual Bankruptcy Bench-Bar Conference Publication||Dischargeability of Taxes in Bankruptcy||1998|
|Bankruptcy Law Section Newsletter||The Treatment of Tax Claims in a Chapter 11 Plan||1997|
|Basics of Bankruptcy and Reorganization, Practising Law Institute||Compensation of Trustees, Attorneys and Accountants||1995|
|The Bankruptcy Code: Fifteen Years Later New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education||Single Asset Real Estate Issues||1994|
|Basics of Bankruptcy and Reorganization||Compensation of Trustees, Attorneys and Accountants||1993|
|Formulating Reorganization Plans: Strategies for Success||"Good Faith Issues: Section 1129(a)(3)" and "Post-Petition Disclosure and Solicitation: Section 1125"||1992|
|University of Houston Law Center||N/A||N/A||N/A|
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