By Professor Nancy Rapoport
My apologies for skipping my August column—being the Acting Executive Vice President & Provost1 at UNLV has meant less time for fun things like this. But let’s get started:
Sometimes, a judge writes an opinion so beautifully that it deserves special attention. In re The Crosby National Golf Club, LLC,2 is just such an opinion.
The case is a venue case. (Stop yawning! Venue is a hot topic in a lot of bankruptcy cases.) The debtor is domiciled in . . .
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