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Has the DIP's Attorney Become the Ultimate Creditors' Lawyer in Bankruptcy Reorganization Cases?
American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review (1997)
  • C. R. Bowles
  • Nancy B. Rapoport
Abstract

This article discusses the issues facing the lawyer for the estate in a bankruptcy case. It debunks the idea that the lawyer for the estate represents any single constituency, and it tries to redefine the fiduciary duties that the estate lawyer has to the bankruptcy estate.

Keywords
  • chapter 11,
  • bankruptcy,
  • reorganization,
  • lawyer,
  • attorney,
  • professional responsibility,
  • ethics,
  • fiduciary duty
Disciplines
Publication Date
January, 1997
Citation Information
C. R. Bowles and Nancy B. Rapoport. "Has the DIP's Attorney Become the Ultimate Creditors' Lawyer in Bankruptcy Reorganization Cases?" American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review Vol. 5 (1997)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/nancy_rapoport/17/