Bankruptcy News Briefs 9/15

Headlines Closing Out the Week…

From the Web: Senate Bill Includes Revival of Pell Grant Eligibility

Senator Warren introduces Equifax bill, launches industry probe

Credit Card Debt Continues to Approach Post-Recession Highs

Court Sanctions Plaintiff’s Attorney a Second Time in FDCPA Case

How the CFPB Should Respond to Equifax

Casino failed to Show that Debtor’s Gambling Debt Arose as a Result of Willful and Malicious Conduct

Senate bill calls for free credit freezes after Equifax breach

State Bill Would Stop Debt Collectors From Emptying Bank Accounts

Trustees’ Role in Changes to Model Plans Unfair to Creditors

Ponzi Lost Profits Paid Before Late-Filed Claims for Principal

Gambler Loses at Tables, Wins in Bankruptcy Court

Don’t miss NACBA’s 2017 Hill Day at Home October 16- October 20, 2017. Hill Day at Home allows NACBA members to meet with federal lawmakers, grow and maintain working relationships with Congressional offices, and have a lasting impact on bankruptcy policymaking, all without leaving the comfort of your state. Meetings will be arranged for you, some taking place in local House and Senate district offices and some being held over the phone with bankruptcy staffers in D.C.

Please sign into your NACBA Member Account to Register now for Hill Day at Home!


Upcoming Webinar!

DATE: Thursday, September 21, 2017 @ 3:00 PM Eastern to 4:15 PM Eastern
PRESENTED BYEdward C. Boltz, Law Offices of John T. Orcutt, PC; Durham, N.C. and Jody Bledsoe, Chapter 13 Trustee; New Bern, NC
COST: $25 Member / $75 Non-Member
NACBA Events
  • Save the Date for the 2018 NACBA Annual Convention on April 19-22 at the Sheraton in Downtown Denver!
  • NACBA 2018 Cruise! Get ready to set sail on the Empress of the Sea on November 29th-December 3rd 2018! Visit Havana, Cuba and Nassau, Bahamas while learning with NACBA! Registration is open!

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