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Business Bankruptcy - February 2013 Newsletter

The Business Bankruptcy Committee has published their February 2013 newsletter. The mission of the Business Bankruptcy Committee is to be the principal Business Law Section resource dealing with business bankruptcy, corporate restructuring, and insolvency through cutting-edge educational programming and to be a resource for bankruptcy reform.

In this month's newsletter, the committee highlights several articles and topics including:

  • Andrew G. Mirisis' article entitled "Minimizing a Debtor's Tax Exposure: The Mechanics of Preserving NOLs in Chapter 11." This article addresses how net operating losses (NOLs) from prior years can be used to offset future income if the company successfully emerges from bankruptcy, with minimal structural change to the financial foundation of the bankrupt corporation. The article further discusses the use of Section 382 of the Internal Revenue Code (the Code), as well as the Code's special bankruptcy rules and suggestions on preserving NOLs; and
  • Committee Webinars - More Fallout from Stern v. Marshall: Ninth Circuit v. Sixth Circuit - the holding of Bellingham Insurance (9th Cir.) allows waiver of Article III adjudication conflicting with Waldman v. Stone (6th Cir.), which can be found here.

Cyberspace Law - February 2013 Newsletter

The Cyberspace Law Committee's recent newsletter recent newsletter gives a good recap of the Committee's 2013 Institute on the Law of Cyberspace meeting. Some of the CLE's featured in the newsletter include:

  • Big Data - New Privacy Issues from New Services Based on Data from Elsewhere;
  • Content Licensing in the Entertainment Industry: How Digital Distribution Models have been Stymied and Might Eventually Flourish;
  • Legal Duties Arising from Cyber-attacks on the Grid;
  • The Day the Cars Stood Still: 1951 Sci-Fi or 2013 Reality?;
  • Digital Law 2013: Hot Trends and Issues in Cloud, Mobile, and Internet Law and Liability; and
  • Strategic Remedies for Cybercrime Victims.

The newsletter also discusses various roundtables that followed the CLEs, and provides a schedule for the upcoming Business Law Section Spring Meeting that will be held April 4-6, 2013 (including a schedule for the Cyberspace Law Committee meetings).

Young Lawyer Committee - February 2013 Newsletter


The Young Lawyer Committee has just published their February 2013 newsletter, which is full of great information. Featured articles include:

The newsletter also includes tips on mastering the art of e-mail, as well as a subcommittee feature titled "Becoming a 'Social Entrepreneur,'" by William J. Woodward, Jr.

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