The Bencher—September/October 2021

Bankruptcy Law: What Non-Bankruptcy Lawyers Need to Know

Feature Articles

Addressing the Moral and Ethical Pitfalls of Filing for Bankruptcy
By Kristina E. Feher, Esquire—Page 20

Your Client Received Notice of a Bankruptcy Filing. Now What?
By Amelia Martin Adams, Esquire—Page 24

The Difficult Case for Dischargeability of Student Loans
By Stephen W. Sather, Esquire—Page 27

A New Tool to Deal with Misbehaving Bankruptcy Debtors  (Broward Count Bar Association's Barrister, Page 17.)
By Charles M. Tatelbaum, Esquire —Page 30

What You Know about Confidentiality and Privileges May Not Hold Up in Bankruptcy Court
By Joseph P. Briggett, Esquire—Page 32

Additional Feature Articles Available Online Only

It’s the Leased You Can Do—An Overview of §502(b)(6) and Lease Claims
By John B. Butler III, Esquire

Bankruptcy Basics: What Every Litigator Should Know
By Magalie A. Creech, Esquire

A Primer on the Automatic Stay For Non-Bankruptcy Lawyers
By Shayna M. Steinfeld, Esquire, and Kristin H. Jain, Esquire


Ethics: Delaware Supreme Court Limits Trial Court’s Power to Impose Sanctions for Unprofessional Conduct
By Francis G.X. Pileggi, Esquire—Page 18

Technology: A Tribute to Richard K. Herrmann, Esquire
By Chief Judge Michael K. Newell and Ryan P. Newell, Esquire—Page 38

Regular Features

Inn the News—Page 3
Profile in Professionalism—Page 37
Program Spotlight—Page 39

September/October 2021
Bankruptcy Law:
What Non-Bankruptcy
Lawyers Need to Know