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Bloomington Litigation Law Firm
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About Law Office of Jonathan A. Backman
- Litigation 60%
- Banking & Finance Law
- Bankruptcy Law
- Business & Commercial Law
- Business Organizations
- Civil Rights
- Employment Law -- Employee
- Employment Law -- Employer
- Criminal Defense
- Intellectual Property Law
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Federal Appeals
- Professional Malpractice Law
- Hartford Insurance Revisited: Seller Beware, XVIII Bankruptcy Strategist 1, September, 2001
- Subordination of Tax Penalties: Dead or Alive (Co-Author), XVI Bankruptcy Strategist 1, March, 1996
- Banks May Freeze Funds Subject to Setoff (Co-Author), XV Bankruptcy Strategist 1, November, 1995
- Alternatives to Insurance Liquidation, a U.S. Perspective (Co-Author), 4 Int'l J. Ins. L. 218, October, 1994
- Civil RICO Claims in Bankruptcy (Co-Author), Civil RICO Practice: Causes of Action, Supp., 1993
- Appeals Court Upholds New Value Exception, X Bankruptcy Strategist 11, September, 1993
- How Courts Split on Res Judicata Doctrine, X Bankruptcy Strategist 8, June, 1993
- Landlord Damage Claims in Chapter 11, IX Bankruptcy Strategist 4, February, 1992
- Face Value Debt Swap Does Not Create OID, IX Bankruptcy Strategist 7, May, 1992
- Pursuing Alter-Ego Liability Against Non-Bankrupt Third Parties: Structuring a Comprehensive Conceptual Framework (Co-Author), 35 St. Louis L.J. 657, 1991
- Montgomery Ward
- Karsten Mahlmann
- The Whitlock Corporation
- American Speedy Printing Centers
- Nobart, Inc.
- Northwest Airlines
- Interco, Incorporated
117 N. Center Street Bloomington, IL 61701- 5001
- (309) 820-7430
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