CMA Adjustments General Manager Molly Froschauer has contributed to NACM’s recent the Manual of Credit and Commercial Laws. The publication updates an older version that was available previously.
In the Manual, Froschauer discusses alternatives to bankruptcy, a topic she regularly consults CMA members and their creditors on. The latest version of the Manual of Credit and Commercial Laws now comprises four volumes that either may standalone or continue to serve as a cohesive and comprehensive set.
Volume IV includes:
• Reclamation, Stoppage in Transit, New Administrative Claim in Favor of Good Suppliers, and other Return of Goods Remedies
• A Creditor’s Guide to the Bankruptcy Process
• Alternatives to Forcing a Financially Distressed Debtor into Bankruptcy
For more information on the Manual, or to order a copy, visit http://my.nacm.org/net/ItemDetail?iProductCode=LEGALENV50&Category=LEGAL
For more information on CMA Adjustments, visit www.CMAAdjustments.com