This article analyzes the early days of the credit crisis as well as two of the largest casualties of that period-Lehman Brothers and General Motors. In addition, by focusing on the bankruptcy proceedings of these two entities as well as other judicial decisions rendered since the financial crisis began, it examines the role that courts have played in the crisis.
Edward J. Estrada,
The Immediate and Lasting Impacts of the 2008 Economic Collapse--Lehman Brothers, General Motors, and the Secured Credit Markets,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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