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Bankruptcy and workout choices in COVID-19 time

Howard B. Miller

U Chicago Law School

Howard is a contributing editor and podcast host at the Daily Journal. He is a JAMS mediator and arbitrator, a past president of the State Bar of California, and a former professor of law at the USC Gould School of Law.

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