Bankruptcy

UCLA Law School offers a wide variety of basic and advanced courses and seminars in the area of bankruptcy.  See the Business Law Specialization Bankruptcy Track for additional information.

I. Anabtawi S. Bainbridge S. Bank S. Cummings S. Kim L. LoPucki J. Park

UCLA offers basic courses in Business Associations. A course in Business Associations is a foundational requirement in the Business Law Specialization. Different instructors have different emphases...

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D. Bussel K. Klee A. Stremitzer

This course is an introduction to federal bankruptcy law with an emphasis on the restructuring of businesses. The class will provide a solid foundation in bankruptcy law both for those who are...

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L. LoPucki

Debt is pervasive in the American economy. Security interests, mortgages, and liens are the legal devices by which the parties to loans, deals, and other transactions establish the power relationship...

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S. Bank J. Oh

This course introduces students to the federal income taxation of corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. Topics covered will include choosing the appropriate entity, formation of...

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J. Power

This course focuses on the financial analysis skills lawyers need to better represent their clients on a variety of issues. As a foundation course in the Business Law Program, this course is also...

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This is a skills course in which students learn to formulate legal strategy in the context of secured transactions. Debt is pervasive. Security interests, mortgages, and liens are the legal devices...

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