Wellness Networks v. Sharif, the Supreme Court’s latest salvo in the wake of Stern v. Marshall reinforces bankruptcy court authority significantly. Analysis from SCOTUSblog at this link.
The PIPE league tables involve PIPEs that are at least $1m and have been executed by public corporations domiciled in the U.S. or by public, foreign companies that have primary listing on a U.S. stock exchange. PrivateRaise, a service of The Deal, ranks the top investment managers; placement agents; investor legal counsel; issuer legal counsel and placement legal counsel by the total number of placements advised during that quarter.
ABI Resident Scholar Lois Lupica is joined by Prof. Kenneth Klee of UCLA’s School of Law and Klee, Tuchin, Bogdanoff & Stern LLP (Los Angeles) to take a look at how the Supreme Court has historically handled bankruptcy issues. Klee, who recently completed Bankruptcy and the Supreme Court: 1801-2014 (West Academic, 2015) with co-author Whitman L. Holt, examines recent Article III decisions and bankruptcy litigation topics, among other issues.
Klee, Tuchin, Bogdanoff & Stern LLP Partners Kenneth N. Klee and Whitman L. Holt have completed their new book, Bankruptcy and the Supreme Court: 1801-2014 (West Academic 2015).
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