Georgia Law Review Association
In this Symposium, we were asked to identify and articulate the nature of our passion for teaching corporate law. My passion-a bit odd in this context, perhaps-is bankruptcy. In addition to teaching the basic Corporations course, I also teach Corporate Reorganization and Bankruptcy, and my research has focused primarily on corporate reorganization issues. As I say, my particular passion may seem out of place in the context of this Symposium. The corporation is an engine for maximizing wealth. Yet we bankruptcy types obsess about financial ruin. We pray for the next recession. We sell short. Our chips sit on the "Don't Pass Line."
Limited Liability and Creditors' Rights: The Limits of Risk Shifting to Creditors
Georgia Law Review
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