Litigating in Bankruptcy Court: Do You Know Where You Are?

, New York Law Journal


Daniel L. Brown, a partner at Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, writes: Bankruptcy cases frequently involve complex high-stakes litigation that moves at an extremely high speed relative to federal and state court cases. As a result, and because of the interplay between the Bankruptcy Rules, the Federal Rules, and the customs and practices of the particular bankruptcy court and judge, bankruptcy court can be the ideal place for a litigator to hone (or challenge) his or her skills.

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