Articles

September 16, 2017

Jeremy R. Fischer
Kaitlyn M. Husar

Freer and Clearer Sales: Using § 363(f) to Strip Non-Traditional Interests from Distressed Assets

Imagine that there is a business struggling with an unsustainable debt load. As a result of these pressures on cash flow, the business cuts corners, including worker safety, resulting in an increase in workplace injuries...

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ABI JournalBankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors' Rights
 
July 16, 2017

Jeremy R. Fischer

Protecting Present Value: Do Extended Plan Payments Require Periodic Adjustments to the Till Cramdown Interest Rate?

The Bankruptcy Code embodies a series of compromises between the interests of debtors and creditors...

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ABI JournalBankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors' Rights
 
May 2, 2017

Jeremy R. Fischer

Bankers Beware: Post-Discharge Guaranty Might Be an Invalid Reaffirmation Agreement that Violates Discharge Injunction

Lenders commonly require owners of closely held companies to personally guaranty commercial loans. Requiring personal guaranties provides the lender with several benefits: Not only..

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ABI JournalBankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors' Rights
 
April 26, 2017

Kaighn Smith, Jr.
Anna B. Cole

Tribal Employee Not Shielded By Sovereign Immunity

In a unanimous decision issued yesterday, the Supreme Court held that a tribal employee can be sued in state court for injuries he caused in a motor vehicle..

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Indian Law
 
April 19, 2017

Mark T. Broth
Anna B. Cole

Labor & Employment Law: Regulating Weapons in Private and Public Workplaces

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu signed into law the so-called “constitutional carry” legislation, Senate Bill 12, on Feb. 22, 2017, to ensure “New Hampshire citizens are guaranteed the fundamental right to carry a firearm in defense of themselves and their families, as prescribed by Article 2a of our state constitution.”..

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New Hampshire Bar NewsEmployment & Labor
 
Winter 2017

Eric R. Herlan

First Circuit Finds for Falmouth on FAPE

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School Law AdvisorySchool & Education
 
Winter 2017

Daniel J. Rose

Limits on Teacher Free Speech Still Being Tested

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School Law AdvisorySchool & Education
 
Winter 2017

Elek A. Miller

Gone Phishing: Schools Increasingly Targets of Email Scams and Cyberattacks

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School Law AdvisorySchool & Education
 
Winter 2017

Donald A. Kopp

When One Parent Asks for School Records and the Other Parent Objects

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School Law AdvisorySchool & Education
 
Winter 2017

Rodney A. Lake

Cash Flow Loans: How Much Will the IRS Permit a School District to Borrow?

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School Law AdvisorySchool & Education
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