Theresa J. Pulley Radwan - Publications

Theresa J. Pulley Radwan

Transitional Business Administrator and Professor of Law

B.A., University of Dayton
J.D., College of William and Mary

Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy and the Elder Client, Corporations, Commercial Law, Secured Transactions

Selected Publications:

Defining Nondischargeability for Debts for Willful and Malicious Injury under Section 523(a)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code, 7 Wm. & Mary Business L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2016).

Elder Law in Context (forthcoming 2015) (co-authors Professor Mark D. Bauer, Professor Roberta K. Flowers, Professor Rebecca C. Morgan, and Professor Joseph F. Morrissey).

Projecting the Impact of Lanning and Ransom: Calculating "Projected Disposable Income" in Chapter 13 Repayment Plans, 29 Bankr. Dev. L.J. 59 (Fall 2012).

Sword or Shield: Use of Tithing to Establish Nondischargeability of Debt Following Enactment of the Religious Liberties and Charitable Donation Protection Act, 19 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. 471 (Winter 2011).

Defining Nondischargeability for Debts for Willful and Malicious Injury under Section 523(a)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code (work in progress).

The Elderly in Bankruptcy and Health Reform, 18 Georgetown J. Pov. Law & Pol'y 1 (2010) (with Rebecca C. Morgan).

The Elderly in Bankruptcy and Predictions for the Elderly of Tomorrow, 6 NAELA J. 1 (Spring 2010) (with Rebecca C. Morgan).

Corporate Shell Games: LLPs, LLCs, and Responsibility for Mitigation Sites, National Wetlands Newsletter, Vol. 31, No. 6, November-December 2009 (with Professor Royal C. Gardner) (SSRN Top 10 Environmental Series download).

Keeping the Faith: The Rights of Parishioners in Church Reorganizations, 82 Wash. L. Rev. 75 (2007).

What Happens When a Wetland Mitigation Bank Goes Bankrupt?, 35 Env. L. Rep. 10590 (Sept. 2005) (with Professor Royal C. Gardner).

No Harm, No Foul: Calculations of Nondischargeable Damages in Transactions Tainted by Fraud, 58 SMU L. Rev. 1385 (2005).

Domino Effect: The Continued Existence of Liability for Fraud in Bankruptcy Despite Good-Faith Settlements by the Honestly Unfortunate Settlor, 53 Cath. Univ. L. Rev. 81 (2003).

Trustees in Trouble: Holding Bankruptcy Trustees Personally Liable for Professional Negligence, 35 U. Conn. L. Rev. 525 (2003).

Determining Congressional Intent Regarding Dischargeability of Imputed Fraud Debts in Bankruptcy, 54 Mercer L. Rev. 987 (2003).

Limitations on Assumption and Assignment of Executory Contracts by "Applicable Law", 31 N.M. Law Rev. 299 (2001).

How Imminent is Imminent?: The Imminent Danger Test Applied to Murder Manuals, 8 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 47 (1997).

Meeting the Objectives of the MDA: Implied Preemption of State Torts Claims by the Medical Device Amendments, 10 J. Law & Health 343 (1995/96).