Publications

Written by Barbara Barton

  • Involuntary Bankruptcy: Can They Do this to People in the U. S.? (October, 1989) (disseminated with presentation for South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association seminar).
  • Involuntary Bankruptcies: A Valuable Tool for Creditors or a Trap for the Unwary? South Carolina Lawyer, November/December, 1989.
  • Mortgage Foreclosure in South Carolina: Alternatives to Foreclosure (March 26, 1991) (written for National Business Institute seminar).
  • Just When you Thought it was Safe to go Back in the Courtroom – The Amended Federal Bankruptcy Rules and Forms (September 12, 1991) (disseminated with presentation for South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association seminar).
  • Mortgage Foreclosure in South Carolina (1991) (written for National Business Institute seminar).
  • Involuntary Bankruptcy: Points for Practitioners (August 18, 1992) (disseminated with presentation for South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association seminar).
  • South Carolina Foreclosure and Repossession: Bankruptcy and the Secured Creditor (May, 1993) (written for National Business Institute seminar).
  • Discharge – 727 (September, 1993) (disseminated with presentation for South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association annual seminar at Hilton Head, South Carolina).
  • South Carolina Foreclosure and Repossession (1993) (written for National Business Institute seminar).
  • Bankruptcy Rules and Procedures (June 12, 1993) (materials disseminated at the Bankruptcy Bar Review Course for Specialization Exam in Columbia, South Carolina).
  • Fundamentals of Bankruptcy Law and Procedure in South Carolina (1994) (written for National Business Institute seminar).
  • Case Law Update – Federal Cases (August 1995) (disseminated with presentation for South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association annual seminar at Asheville, North Carolina).
  • Chapter 13 Issues (September, 1995) (written for National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees seminar at Hilton Head, South Carolina).
  • 20/20: An Optimal View of Significant Developments During 1996 (December 20, 1996) (written for South Carolina Bar Association seminar in Columbia, South Carolina).
  • Ten Things You Need to Know (December 19, 1997) (written for South Carolina Bar Association seminar at Columbia, South Carolina).
  • Creating and Managing an Attorney Client Relationship (1998) (written for the South Carolina Bar Association Bridge the Gap seminar at Columbia, South Carolina).
  • Creating and Managing an Attorney Client Relationship (1999) (revised and re-written for the South Carolina Bar Association Bridge the Gap seminar at Columbia, South Carolina).
  • Fundamentals of Bankruptcy Law and Procedure in South Carolina (1999) (written for National Business Institute seminar at Columbia, South Carolina).
  • Executory Contracts: How to Handle Rejection, Bankruptcy From A to Z (February 26, 1999) (written for South Carolina Bar Association seminar at Columbia, South Carolina).
  • Creating and Managing an Attorney Client Relationship (2000) (revised and re-written for the South Carolina Bar Association Bridge the Gap seminar at Columbia, South Carolina).
  • Involuntary Bankruptcy (2000) (written for and disseminated at the American Bankruptcy Institute’s 5th Annual Southeastern Bankruptcy Conference).
  • Litigation in Bankruptcy Court, Evidentiary Issues in Bankruptcy: Elementary My Dear Watson (April, 2001) (written for South Carolina Bar Association seminar).
  • Who Wants to be a Millionaire? (2001) (disseminated with presentation for South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association annual seminar).
  • The Importance of Being a Woman, Briefcase, Spring, 2002.
  • I am a Breast Cancer Survivor, Briefcase, Fall, 2002.
  • The New Vanguard, Briefcase, Winter, 2002.
  • Lessons From Behind the Veil, Briefcase, Summer, 2002.
  • Bankruptcy Games (2003) (disseminated with presentation for South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association annual seminar).
  • Chapter 4: Written Fee or Retainer Agreements, Professional Compensation Handbook (American Bankruptcy Institute, 2004).
  • Preference Litigation on Appeal (2004) (written for South Carolina Bar Association seminar).
  • The Claim Game (2004) (disseminated with presentation for South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association annual seminar).
  • Domestic Law in Bankruptcy Court…You are Not in Kansas Anymore, National Association of Women Lawyers (2005).




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