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Coming Soonish to a Bookstore Near You

posted by Stephen Lubben

Assuming you still have those in your town. If not, also available for preorder now is my forthcoming book, entitled The Law of Failure.  It is my attempt to consider all of American business insolvency law as a whole. Not just bankruptcy but also assignments, receiverships, and even oddball things like Nevada's campground receivership provisions.

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Sounds awesome! Would it be possible for you to post a table of contents somewhere? I wish publishers would do this more frequently--they would sell more books, I believe. I'm sure your book is not a pig, but buying a pig in a poke has never been a good business strategy. ;-)

What is a poke anyway? I'll see what I can do ...

A poke is a sack. To buy a pig in a poke is to buy sight unseen or at least without examination.

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