Harris, Reply to Theodore Eisenberg's Bankruptcy Law in Perspective, Bankruptcy preference rules, Conversion of assets, Mandatory Chapter 13 plans, Bankruptcy reform, Unsophisticated debtors, Section 547
Bankruptcy Law | Business Organizations Law
Professor Harris challenges my argument that bankruptcy reform takes place in an environment too isolated from the rest of the legal world. He also challenges each of the three illustrations I offered to support my thesis. Discussion of his views on the environment in which reform occurs is best deferred until after discussion of his analysis of my three illustrations.
Eisenberg, Theodore, "Bankruptcy Law in Perspective: A Rejoinder" (1983). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 412.
Published in: UCLA Law Review, vol. 30, no. 3 (February 1983).