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Glannon Guide to Bankruptcy: Learning Bankruptcy Through Multiple-Choice Questions and Analysis, Fifth Edition

  • Nathalie Martin
  • Daniel L. Keating
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A powerful combination of well-written explanations, multiple-choice questions, analysis, and exam-taking tips, THE GLANNON GUIDE TO BANKRUPTCY: Learning Bankruptcy Through Multiple-Choice Questions and Analysis prepares you to take any type of exam in a bankruptcy course. Daniel Keating and Nathalie Martin (the holder of the Frederick M. Hart Chair in Consumer and Clinical Law, the only chair in the nation dedicated to issues relevant to consumers and consumer protection) present a thoughtful review of course content—and, in the process, show you how to effectively analyze and answer exam questions.

New to the 5th Edition:

  • Thorough coverage of new subchapter V of the Small Business Reorganization Act
  • Text and question on the Supreme Court’s decision in City of Chicago v. Fulton regarding automatic stay violations
  • New material on third-party releases, including Purdue Pharma’s Chapter 11 case
  • Bankruptcy Code dollar figures updated with inflation-adjusted numbers
  • More than 50 new multiple-choice questions

Professors and students will benefit from:

  • An extraordinarily user-friendly and interactive approach that students can relate to
  • Multiple-choice questions, pitched at an appropriate level and integrated into a thorough review of bankruptcy topics
  • An introductory overview of bankruptcy law that prepares you to better understand subsequent chapters and questions
  • Clear analysis of both correct and incorrect answers that clarify nuances in the law
  • Valuable exam-taking pointers, applicable to every type of question
  • A challenging final question at the end of each chapter that illustrates a sophisticated problem in the area under discussion
  • Questions in the final chapter that review the concepts covered in the preceding chapters
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About the authors
Nathalie Martin

Nathalie Martin is the Frederick M. Hart Chair in Consumer and Clinical Law at University of New Mexico School of Law (“UNMSOL”), where she regularly teaches bankruptcy, contracts, secured transactions, and other UCC classes.& She also has taught in the Economic Justice Clinic, as well as consumer law and business associations. She has written a number of articles about bankruptcy law and other related topics, which are listed at a href="http:lawschool.unm.edufacultymartinindex.html" target="_blank" data-iapps-linktype="External" data-iapps-managed="true"http:lawschool.unm.edufacultymartinindex.htmla. Her current research involves payday and title lending contracts, advertising, and legislation.& She also has done an empirical study of attitudes about interest rates and usury, and the effect these attitudes should have on legislation.& She also studies credit use among undocumented immigrants who live in the U.S.& Prior to teaching, she was in private practice in Philadelphia and Boston, where she specialized in Chapter 11 reorganization. Professor Martin was the American Bankruptcy Institute Scholar in residence for the Fall of 2005.& The endowed chair that she occupies, the Frederick M. Hart Chair in Consumer and Clinical Law, is thought to be one of the only chairs in the country dedicated to scholarly pursuits in the consumer law area. She has also written books and taught classes on mindfulness in legal education and in the legal community as a whole. She is part of a growing group of law professors incorporating wellness into professional responsibly and professional legal identity formation.

Daniel L. Keating
Tyrrell Williams Professor of Law
Washington University

Dan Keating teaches and writes in the areas of bankruptcy, commercial law, and UCC Article 2. The author of two casebooks on commercial law, as well as a treatise on the employment law implications of bankruptcy, he has written on such issues as bankruptcy reform and the implication of bankruptcy on collective bargaining agreements, pension insurance, and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC). His scholarship also has covered the subject of sales law and practice. He is an elected member of the American Law Institute and a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy. Professor Keating has served three times as interim dean, as well as several years as vice dean or associate dean. He is the recipient of a Washington University Founder’s Day Distinguished Faculty Award and the law school’s Outstanding Professor Award. Before joining the faculty, he was a John Olin Fellow in Law and Economics while a student at the University of Chicago Law School. Before his teaching career, he practiced law for two years as a bankruptcy attorney with The First National Bank of Chicago. As a community service, he regularly teaches a free ACT prep course to high school students at urban high schools in the Chicago and St. Louis areas. .

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Bankruptcy and Debtor/Creditor Law
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