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Survival guide for the "involuntary" bankrtuptcy lawyer: The effects of bankruptcy on the general practice of law
Michaela M. White, A Survival Guide for the "Involuntary" Bankruptcy Lawyer: The Effects of Bankruptcy on the General Practice of Law, in Update on Commercial Law (Creighton Univ. Sch. of Law ed., 1990).
Family obligations in bankruptcy: Dischargeability, the automatic stay, and prebankruptcy planning
Michaela M. White, Family Obligations in Bankruptcy: Dischargeability, the Automatic Stay, and Prebankruptcy Planning, in Family Law (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1992), reprinted in Advanced Bankruptcy Practice (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1992).
Ethics: Reporting bankruptcy crimes
Michaela M. White, Ethics: Reporting Bankruptcy Crimes, in Advanced Bankruptcy Practices (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1994).
Ethics in bankruptcy
Michaela M. White, Ethics in Bankruptcy, in Bankruptcy Fundamentals (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1993).
Noncomplying secured creditors, deficiency judgements, and implied satisfactions under the Nebraska Uniform Commercial Code
Terry M. Anderson, Noncomplying Secured Creditors, Deficiency Judgements, and Implied Satisfactions Under the Nebraska Uniform Commercial Code, 26 Creighton L. Rev. 1 (1992).
This article covers the interplay between the UCC and Nebraska's commercial code on the questions of noncomplying secured creditors, deficiency judgments and implied satisfactions
Nebraska's evidentiary rules on relevancy
R. Collin Mangrum, Nebraska's Evidentiary Rules on Relevancy, 29 Creighton L. Rev. 119 (1995).
Nebraska's evidentiary rules regarding witnesses
R. Collin Mangrum, Nebraska's Evidentiary Rules Regarding Witnesses, 28 Creighton L. Rev. 55 (1994), reprinted in Evidence for the Nebraska Practitioner (Creighton Univ. Sch. of Law ed., 1994).
Nebraska's procedural rules of evidence
R. Collin Mangrum, Nebraska's Procedural Rules of Evidence, 29 Creighton L. Rev. 219 (1995).
Learned treatise hearsay exception
Richard Collin Mangrum, Learned Treatise Hearsay Exception, Prairie Barrister, 1999 no. 2, at 3.
On February 26, 1999, the Nebraska Legislature adopted LB64 which amended the Nebraska Rules of Evidence to include the learned treatise hearsay exception. This article is an excerpt from the recently revised Mangrum on ...
Recent developments: Nebraska evidence
R. Collin Mangrum, Recent Developments: Nebraska Evidence, in Evidence is an Action Verb: An Evidence Seminar for the Serious Trial Lawyer (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1997).