John Ventola and Douglas Gooding on Transfer of Venue in Bankruptcy Cases in Law360

Bankruptcy Law360

 | August 21, 2012

 | John Ventola and Douglas Gooding

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John Ventola and Doug Gooding wrote "Houghton Mifflin:  Practically Proper Improper Venue" in Bankruptcy Law360.  They discuss how a recent decision weighs in on creditors’ and debtors’ roles in determining the venue for corporate bankruptcy cases.  This item also appeared in the Media & Entertainment and New York sections of Law360


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