Two Burr & Forman Nashville Partners Assist in the Writing of the Newly Published Work, Model Asset Purchase Agreement for Bankruptcy Sales

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Nashville, Tenn., May 23, 2017 - Burr & Forman announces that the American Bar Association has published Model Asset Purchase Agreement for Bankruptcy Sales. Two of Burr's Nashville-based partners, Robert C. Goodrich and Madison L. Conquest, played a large role in drafting and editing content for this publication, along with the other members of the Bankruptcy Model Asset Purchase Agreement Task Force charged with this project.

Goodrich focused on the sales order portion, while Conquest drafted the bid procedure section, as well as provided commentary for several other sections.

The Task Force rolled out this collective work at the American Bar Association Conference in Montreal, Canada in April 2016, after spending almost two years working on this project.

To purchase Model Asset Purchase Agreement for Bankruptcy Sales, please click here.

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