Bankruptcy law is an area of law that is vital to the economy but is often misunderstood. This Bankruptcy 101 discussion brought together a group of leading scholars to teach the basics of bankruptcy, dispel the myths, clarify the confusion, and answer questions about bankruptcy law. Watch as our experts discuss the current state of bankruptcy law against the backdrop of ongoing Chapter 11 litigation, restructuring and divisional mergers, and legislative reform proposals that each have the potential to disrupt the time-tested law.
Samir Parikh, Professor of Law, Lewis & Clark Law School; Editor-in-Chief, Bloomberg Law Bankruptcy Treatise
Lindsey Simon, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Georgia School of Law
David Arthur Skeel, S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law, University of Pennsylvania Carey School of Law
Moderator: Donald J. Kochan, Professor of Law and Deputy Executive Director of the Law and Economics Center, Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University