Bankruptcy in the Time of COVID-19

An interview with Edward Morrison
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Part 1: Law in the Time of COVID-19

Part 3: Vulnerable Populations in a Pandemic

 

ABOUT "LAW IN THE TIME OF COVID-19"

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its social, political, and economic effects, members of the Columbia Law School faculty came together in March 2020 to publish an ebook to help identify the key legal issues and provide guidance to policy makers. Spearheaded by Professor Katharina Pistor, leading Columbia Law professors explore COVID’s impact on all facets of our lives, including contracts, elections, bankruptcy, child welfare, the gig economy, and prisoners’ rights. Browse the Columbia Law School eBook: Law in the Time of COVID-19.

 

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TalksOnLaw explainer of the COVID-19 era restructuring trend: Bankruptcy Mothballing 

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