Bankruptcy Jurisdiction - Beyond Section 1334

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Douglas Gooding on Bankruptcy Jurisdiction

Bankruptcy Law360

 | June 22, 2011

 | Douglas Gooding

Douglas Gooding wrote “Bankruptcy Jurisdiction — Beyond Section 1334” in Bankruptcy Law360, where he examines the implications of ancillary jurisdiction and the potential for a bankruptcy court to retain jurisdiction over an agreement post-confirmation. 



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