by Paul W. Bonapfel,* United States Bankruptcy Judge, Northern District of Georgia
Part VI - Issues in Representation of Insolvent Corporations
The Fiduciary Duty to Creditors
In the normal world, the various duties of a lawyer can be sorted out in traditional ways as contemplated by applicable Rules of Professional Responsibility. Consider, for example, a lawyer’s representation of a corporation and its sole shareholder in a transaction whereby the corporation is obtaining a loan to be guaranteed by the sole shareholder, or . . .
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