By Nicholas Miller, Third-Year Student, University of Texas School of Law, and Madison Haueisen, Second-Year Student, University of Texas School of Law
The second issue at hand in this year’s Duberstein moot court problem involves a matter of statutory interpretation—specifically, whether §503(b) of the Bankruptcy Code allows a creditor to recover costs and expenses incurred in making a substantial contribution to the bankruptcy estate in a case under chapter 7.
The Argument Against Allowing Substantial Contribution Administrative Expenses in Cases Other Than Chapter 9 and 11
In . . .
It looks like you are not signed in or registered! This content is only available to members.
Or Sign In Below: