Bankruptcy News Briefs 11/11

Dive Into Thursday’s Headlines…

Code Does Not Entitle Trustee to Sell Free and Clear of Creditor’s Judgment Liens

Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Examines Regulatory Relief Legislation

Judge again rules for Trump administration in fight for control of CFPB

Acosta-Conniff Remanded Back to Bankruptcy Court to see to whether she has Satisfied her Burden of Proving each of the 3 Brunner elements

I.R.S. Paid $20 Million to Collect $6.7 Million in Tax Debts

Student-Loan Contractor Seeks to Throw Out Mismanagement Suit

Opinion of English v Trump

Is Record-High Consumer Debt a Good or Bad Thing?

U.S. Backs Student Loan Servicer in Lawsuit by Massachusetts

Why Would DeVos Cancel A Student Loan Rule That Works?

Prominence of Delaware bankruptcy court threatened

Beware secured creditors: The newly amended US Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure now require filing a proof of claim

Feds say Healey can’t sue student loan servicer

Is This the Reason U.S. Credit Card Debt Keeps Climbing?

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