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As a leading bankruptcy treatise and lower courts recognize, “[b]ecause chapter 12 was modeled on chapter 13, and because so many of the provisions are identical, chapter 13 cases construing provisions corresponding to chapter 12 provisions may be relied on as authority in chapter 12 cases.” 8 Collier ¶1200.01[5], at 1200-10; In re Lopez, 372 B.R. 40, 45, n. 13 (Bkrtcy. App. Panel CA9 2007); Justice v. Valley Nat. Bank, 849 F.2d 1078, 1083 (CA8 1988). We agree.

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        LexisNexis continually develops more efficient ways for you to access current and comprehensive information—creating research solutions that fit the way you work and live. To accomplish this, we routinely evaluate the product portfolio and new publishing formats that will best meet customer needs as the legal publishing industry evolves.

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        We have started the migration of our Automated Templates products beginning in April 2022 from an executable file download to a cloud solution hosted on the Lexis+ service. Active subscribers will be notified as Automated Templates products are migrated to the cloud solution. For details, please contact your LexisNexis account representative.

        We have revised our California pretrial civil procedure resources to create a new title, California Pretrial Civil Procedure Practice Guide: The Wagstaffe Group. This new title combines and enhances the content from Matthew Bender® Practice Guide: California Pretrial Civil Procedure, Matthew Bender® Practice Guide: California Civil Discovery and Matthew Bender® Practice Guide: California E-Discovery and Evidence. As such, these three titles were retired in September 2020. The change will not impact any other titles in the Matthew Bender California Practice Guide series.

        On December 31, 2018, LexisNexis Matthew Bender will conclude its Print alliance relationship with Littler Mendelson, P.C and the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. 

        LexisNexis Automated Templates products are now available in downloadable executable files from the LexisNexis Store. Select CD Library products have already transtioned to downloadable Folio files.

        LexisNexis Sheshunoff and A.S. Pratt CD products are now delivered as folio executable files, also available on the LexisNexis Store.

        Some of our Matthew Bender forms products on CD are now available in ZIP file formats from the LexisNexis Store.

        Matthew Bender and Mealey newsletter titles can now be found in eBook format.

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