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ROBIN MILLER'S
BANKRUPEDIA
OF CONSUMER BANKRUPTCY
LAW & CASES
Since 2005

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VOL I
THE CASE LAW OF SECTION 707

KEY TOPICS AND ISSUES BRIEFED
AND SUMMARIZED

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS VOLUME

  • THE MEDIAN INCOME TEST
  • THE MEANS TEST
  • WHAT IS INCOME?
  • PERMISSIBLE EXPENSES
  • CONSUMER DEBTS
  • SIZE OF HOUSEHOLD
  • ABUSE
  • BAD FAITH
  • SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCS
  • MOTION TO DISMISS
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SINCE 2005

A Desk Reference For Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys 

 VOL. I
Book & CD

THE CASE LAW OF SECTION 707
In Chapter 7
Since 2005

THE LAW OF BAPCPA
OVER 3,000 CASES ANALYZED AND SUMMARIZED
BY TOPIC AND JURISDICTION

BY
ROBIN MILLER
Of the California Bar

What are the thousands of published opinions
saying about the important and emerging issues
arising from BAPCPA?

Robin Miller - formerly editor with Bancroft-Whitney -
analyzes and summarizes
the published opinions by key topic and by circuit
Comes with CD with entire text for easy key term
and issue research

 

 

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Published by
KING BANKRUPTCY PRACTICE SERIES
VOL I Release 2013 #1

This important desk reference includes summaries of over 3,000 published opinions interpreting The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention & Consumer Protection Act of 2005, as well as other evolving and sensitive issues in consumer bankruptcy law, with the current status and trends summarized by key issue and also by jurisdiction. (see issues list).

This is the first volume of a planned
5 Volume set
edited, analyzed, and summarized
by
Robin Miller

Referenced by key topic and federal circuit

Current through 1st quarter 2012
Volume I of a 5-Volume set | with CDs

AS A PROFESSIONAL YOU NEED TO
KEEP CURRENT ON WHAT THE COURTS ARE SAYING
ABOUT BAPCPA!
As well as other emerging issues and
developments in consumer bankruptcy law

3,000+ CASES BRIEFED | BY KEY TOPIC & CIRCUIT

ORGANIZED BY:

  • Key topics
  • Jurisdiction
 Complete Set $ (pending)
  • Vol. I Chapter 7 $159.95
  • Vol. II Chapter 13 $ 159.95
  • Vol. III Litigation - Automatic Stay
  • Vol. IV
  • Vol. V

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Our distinguished editor/author of the 3,000 case summaries is Robin Miller, a member of the State Bar of California. Robin received her education at Brown University and Boston University School of Law. She has been a legal writer, researcher and editor for over 25 years.

After law school, her first job was as a legal editor at Bancroft-Whitney in San Francisco, one of the country's oldest legal publishers, dating to the 1850s, and now part of Thomson West. While she had assumed that she would practice law, she found that a more scholarly approach to the law was consistent with her personality and background.

With the advent of electronic publishing she found an opportunity for small publishers, and became involved in bankruptcy law by writing half a dozen ALR Federal annotations for Thomson West on the BAPCPA amendments to the Bankruptcy Code.

She decided to commit herself to bankruptcy law, and now works full-time publishing Consumer Bankruptcy Abstracts & Research (cbar.pro).


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TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR THE 5-VOLUME SET

Abuse
Adequate protection
Advices of income
Applicable commitment period
Attorney accountability
Automatic stay
Bad faith chapter 7
Bankruptcy petition preparers
Charitable contributions
Comfort orders
Commitment period
Compensation
Conformation of plan
Constitutionality
Conversion
Cramdown
Credit counseling
Current monthly income
Debt relief agencies
Debtor's duties
Discharge
Disclosures
Disposable income
Domestic support
Duties of trustee
Effective date of BAPCPA
Eligibility
Executory contracts & leases
Exemptions
Exceptions to discharge
Exigent circumstances
Expenses
Financial education
Fraudulent & preferential transfers
Good faith
Health care business
Household defined
Income
Interest rate
Ipso facto clause
IRS standards and IRM
Means test, median income test
Median income
Notice
Official Rules
Patient care ombudsman
Payment advices
Payments in plan
Payments outside of plan
Permissible expenses
Preferential transfers
Presumption of abuse
Projected disposable income
Property of the estate
Purchase money security interests
Reaffirmation
Retroactivity
Ridethrough
Rules
Secured claims
Special circumstances
Surrender in full satisfaction
Tax refunds
Tax returns -
Transcript of return

 
 
 

 


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