Bankruptcy News Briefs- 9/13

Today’s bankruptcy news briefs include…

JOB: Assistant United States Trustee

Mick Mulvaney: Dodd-Frank gave us several different things to do

Mick Mulvaney worries about the ‘moral’ consequences of failing to pay back student loans

D.C. District Court: Devos’s delay of the Borrower Defense Rule was arbitrary and capricious

CFPB Responds to ABA Concerns Over Records Disclosure Proposal in Final Rule

CFPB, NCUA Pledge to Rein in Regulatory Guidance

Wells’ Plan To Compensate Auto Insurance Holders Rejected

Bankruptcy Trustee Sues Feds, Lenders Over ITT Loans

August bankruptcy filings jump 10%

Justice Scalia’s Contributions to the Development of Bankruptcy Law

Report on IRS Private Debt Collection Program Gives Good Reviews to Agencies, Criticized IRS Management of Program

One step closer for IRS nominee

State cracking down on student loan debt

Looking at the Student Loan Debt Crisis

Pay Off Student Loans or Save For Retirement?

CommonBond Offers Student Loan Refinancing to U.S. Immigrants With Work Visas

Time for Colleges to Get Some Skin in the Game

Americans owe more money than ever, but no, they are not being crushed by debt

New study shows where millennials have the most debt

Local experts: could another housing bust be on the way?

The Next Financial Calamity Is Coming. Here’s What to Watch.

The Epicenter of the Housing Bust Is Booming Again. (That’s a Warning Sign.)


How to Value Assets in Bankruptcy
Date: September 27, 2018
Time: 4:00 PM Eastern / 1:00 PM Pacific (60 Minutes)
Cost: $25 Members / $75 Non-NACBA
Presenters: Gene Melchionne, Esq. & Jim Haller, Esq.

Register HERE

What are the fastest least expensive methods to get accurate values for your client’s assets? Gene and Jim will discuss time tested methods to determine values on real estate, vehicles, and other property. Join us to learn how to save time and money while increasing the accuracy of your information.


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