Author, BANKRUPTCY LAW MANUAL (Thomson/West) (treatise originally co-authored with the late Benjamin Weintraub in 1980) (2nd ed. 1986; 3rd ed. 1992; 4th ed. 1996; 5th ed. 2002).

Editor-in-Chief, COLLIER ON BANKRUPTCY (15th Edition), a multi-volume treatise published by Matthew Bender and Co., a division of LexisNexis (2002 to present).

Contributor, BLACK'S LAW DICTIONARY (8th ed. 2004) (reviewed and drafted legal definitions).

Editor, BANKRUPTCY PRACTICE AND STRATEGY, published by Warren, Gorham and Lamont (1987).

Co-editor with Eugene M. Wypyski, BANKRUPTCY REFORM ACT OF 1978: A LEGISLATIVE HISTORY, a 17-volume work published by William S. Hein & Company, Inc., 1979


Author, "The Future of the Doctrine of Necessity and Critical-Vendor Payments in Chapter 11 Cases," 47 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW 183 (2005).

Author, "The Impact and Influence of Professor Lawrence P. King," 75 AMERICAN BANKRUPTCY LAW JOURNAL 401 (2001), reprinted in LAWRENCE P. KING: LAWYER, TEACHER, SCHOLAR, AND LAW REFORMER, a special publication by LexisNexis (2001).

Author, "Subordination Agreement Provisions Shifting Chapter 11 Voting Rights: Can the Seniors Disenfranchise the Juniors?," 118 BANKING LAW JOURNAL 297 (2001).

Author, "Bankruptcy as a Vehicle for Resolving Enterprise-Threatening Mass Tort Liability," 148 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 2045 (2000).

Author, "The Bankruptcy Rulemaking Process," 70 AMERICAN BANKRUPTCY LAW JOURNAL 245 (1996).

Co-author, "Freezing the Debtor's Account: A Banker's Dilemma Under the Bankruptcy Code," 100 BANKING LAW JOURNAL 316 (1983).

Co-author, "Involuntary Petitions Under the New Bankruptcy Code," 97 BANKING LAW JOURNAL 292 (1980), reprinted in CORPORATION COUNSEL'S ANNUAL - 1981, volume 2, p. 291 (Matthew Bender & Co., 1981).

Co-author, "A House May Not Be A Home: Liquidation Under the Bankruptcy Act," 53 NEW YORK STATE BAR JOURNAL 272 (1981), reprinted in 86 COMMERCIAL LAW JOURNAL 286 (1981).

Author, "Prudent Planning or Fraudulent Transfer? The Use of Nonexempt Assets to Purchase or Improve Exempt Property on the Eve of Bankruptcy," 31 RUTGERS LAW REVIEW 615 (1978), reprinted in 85 COMMERCIAL LAW JOURNAL 238 (1980).

Co-author, "Allowance of Claims and Priorities Under the New Bankruptcy Code," 12 UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE LAW JOURNAL 290 (1980).

Author, "Consumer Arbitration as an Alternative to Judicial Preseizure Replevin Proceedings," 16 WILLIAM AND MARY LAW REVIEW 269 (1974)


Author or co-author of more than 50 articles that have appeared in the UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE LAW JOURNAL as columns under the heading "From the Bankruptcy Courts" between 1983 and 2001. The following is a sample list:

"Limitations on the United States Trustee's Power to Appoint Committees: Lessons from PG&E," 34 U.C.C.L.J. 215 (2001).

"The Effect of a Cross-Default Provision on the Ability to Assume an Executory Contract or Unexpired Lease," 32 U.C.C.L.J. 338 (2000).

"When an Oversecured Creditor is Entitled to Post-Petition Interest at the Default Rate: the Thirty-Six Percent Award," 32 U.C.C.L.J. 212 (1999).

"Supreme Court Adopts Replacement Cost Method of Valuing Collateral for Chapter 13 Cram Down Purposes," 30 U.C.C.L.J. 333 (1998).

"Can Low Market Value of Debt Securities Render a Corporation Solvent for Preference Purposes? A Surprising Decision from Delaware," 30 U.C.C.L.J. 102 (1997).

"Expiration of Letter of Credit After Payment Leaves Creditor Vulnerable to Preference Risk," 28 U.C.C.L.J. 414 (1996).

"Local Bankruptcy Court Rules and Procedures: Needed Relief for the National Practitioner," 28 U.C.C.L.J. 312 (1996).

"Applying Adequate Protection Payments From Post-Petition Rents: Do They Reduce the Debt?," 27 U.C.C. L. J. 216 (1995).

"How the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994 Affects Secured Creditors and Mortgagees in Business Cases," 27 U.C.C. L.J. 91 (1995).


"Bankruptcy and the Financial Manager: An Interview with Alan Resnick," BUSINESS AND TAX PLANNING QUARTERLY, a publication of the National Association of Accountants, Inc., volume 4, number 2 (1988).