Second Edition of ABIs Reclamation Manual Includes Recent Changes to Bankruptcy Law
Contact: John Hartgen
SECOND EDITION OF ABI’s RECLAMATION MANUAL INCLUDES RECENT CHANGES TO BANKRUPTCY LAW
MARCH 3, 2006,
The following members of
an Advisory Board assisted with the writing of the second edition of
the Manual, including Douglas G. Fox, CCE
(Bosch Rexroth Corporation; Bethlehem, Pa.), Jay R. Indyke (Kronish Lieb
Weiner & Hellman LLP; New York) Kay Standridge Kress (Pepper
Hamilton LLP; Detroit), Scott E. Blakeley (Blakeley & Blakeley LLP;
Irvine, Calif.), John E. Burke (Nestle USA Inc.; Glendale, Calif.),
Joseph S.U. Bodoff (Bodoff & Slavitt LLP; Boston), Sandy Loria (Ames
Co.; Parkersburg, W.Va.), Paul F. McIntosh, CCE (Mastercraft Fabrics
Inc.; Spindale, N.C.), Lisa M. Poulin (FTI Palladium Partners; Dallas),
R.T. “Rick” Rehn (The Procter & Gamble Co.; Cincinnati),
Lloyd B. Sarakin (Sony Electronics Inc.; Park Ridge, N.J.), Sandra L.
Schrimang, CCE (Kraft Foods Inc.; Northfield, Ill.), Samuel E. Star (FTI
Consulting Inc.; New York), Judy D. Thompson Poyner & Spruill LLP;
Charlotte, N.C.), Lynnette R. Warman (Jenkens & Gilchrist PC;
Dallas), Steven M. Berman (Berman & Associates PA; Tampa, Fla.) and
Rodney B. Wheeland (NACM Business Credit Services;
The book is available for purchase ($15 for ABI members; $25 for non-members) through ABI’s online bookstore at www.abiworld.org/abistore.
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