Volume 64 - Number 1

November 2008 Issue, Vol. 64 No. 1

The Business Lawyer

November 2008 Issue, Vol. 64 No. 1

Complete collection for November 2008.

64(1): 079 - 151 (November 2008)
The Working Group’s recommendations center on matters into which attorneys should inquire to ensure legally sufficient disclosure of information on the debtor’s petition, schedules, statement of financial affairs, and Form 22A. The Working Paper includes suggestions regarding the types of documents attorneys can review to obtain information about which the client is uncertain or to verify, where needed, the information the client has provided. These recommendations and suggestions are not confined to representation of clients in consumer bankruptcy cases; their applicability extends to most business and individual debtor cases.

64(1): 153 - 156 (November 2008)
This is the introduction to the survey summarizes that the significant legal developments Cyberspace Law since the Cyberspace Law Committee’s last survey in 2007.

64(1): 157 - 197 (November 2008)
This is part of a survey that summarizes the significant legal developments Cyberspace Law since the Cyberspace Law Committee’s last survey in 2007. This piece focuses on intellectual property developments.

64(1): 199 - 218 (November 2008)
This is part of a survey that summarizes the significant legal developments Cyberspace Law since the Cyberspace Law Committee’s last survey in 2007. This piece focuses on electronic contracting.

64(1): 219 - 252 (November 2008)
This is part of a survey that summarizes the significant legal developments Cyberspace Law since the Cyberspace Law Committee’s last survey in 2007. This piece discusses updates pertaining to stored-value products.

64(1): 153 - 252 (November 2008)
This is the complete survey that summarizes the significant legal developments Cyberspace Law since the Cyberspace Law Committee’s last survey in 2007.

64(1): 253 - 277 (November 2008)
This is the fourth survey from the Corporate Compliance Committee. This Survey summarizes significant legal developments from the last year regarding corporate compliance and ethics programs, which consist of an organization’s code of conduct, policies, and procedures designed to achieve compliance with applicable legal regulations and internal ethical standards. Part I reviews significant regulatory developments, and Part II reviews significant case law developments.

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