Jason Binford and I recently published an article in the Texas Tech Law Review entitled, Farmer Favoritism: Statutory Protections for Creditors in Agricultural Bankruptcy Cases. The article discusses several different types of special interest statutes that could allow particular creditors to recover on their claim ahead of other creditors. Parties in bankruptcy cases without an understanding of these statutory protections risk the possibility of leaving behind significant funds that otherwise may have been recoverable.
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Experienced strategist and courtroom advocate John Kane represents clients in all facets of bankruptcy and distressed assets cases, including secured and unsecured creditors, bankruptcy trustees, creditors’ committees, corporate debtors, and parties interested in purchasing claims and distressed assets. While centered in Texas, John represents clients located across the United States...
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