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  2. Bankruptcy: 50%

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Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC

165 Madison Ave Ste 2000
Memphis, TN, 38103


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Memphis Bar Association, Bankruptcy SectionBoard of DirectorsN/A
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Publication nameTitleDate
Norton Bankruptcy Law AdviserThe Changing Face of Health Care Bankruptcies: Analyzing BAPCPA's Health Care Amendments2006
Journal of Bankruptcy Law & PracticeThe Controversies Centering Around a Debtor's Statutory and Procedural Right to Convert an Originally Filed Chapter 7 Case to a Case Under Chapter 11 or 13 and Related Matters2003
Norton Bankruptcy Law AdviserNondischargable Liability of Corporate Officers, Directors, and Guarantors Under 11 U.S.C. 523(a) (4): In re Ellison2002
Journal of Bankruptcy Law & PracticeThe Mere Filing of the Chapter 7 Trustee's 'No Asset' Report Does Not Constitute an 'Abandonment' of Estate Property under Section 554(a) of the Bankruptcy Code2002
American Indian Law ReviewThe Historical Development of American Indian Tribes: Their Recent Dramatic Commercial Advancement; and A Discussion of the Eligibility of Indian Tribes Under the Bankruptcy Code and Related Matters2002
University of Memphis Law ReviewReasonable and Necessary Expenses under Section 1325(b) of the Bankruptcy Code, Post confirmation Considerations, and the Effect of Conversion and Dismissal of Chapter 13 Cases2002
University of Memphis Law ReviewProfessionalism in the Legal Profession: The Bankruptcy Attorney as a True Professional2002
University of Memphis Law ReviewShould the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure Be Amended to Expressly Authorize United States District and Bankruptcy Courts to Appoint a Special Master in an Appropriate and Rare Bankruptcy Case or Proceeding?2001
Journal of Bankruptcy Law & PracticeAn Historical Analysis of Insolvency Laws and Their Impact on the Role, Power, and Jurisdiction of Today’s United States Bankruptcy Court and Its Judicial Officers2000
University of Memphis Law ReviewThe Involuntary Bankruptcy Process: A Study of the Relevant Statutory and Procedural Provisions and Related Matters2000
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Samford University, Cumberland School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1999
University of Tennessee, Knoxville (main)N/ABS - Bachelor of Science1996

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