Bankruptcy News Briefs- 4/26

It’s Friday! Jumpstart your weekend with the following…

Bankruptcy Court Awards Debtor $204,867.00 in Damages Against Creditor and Creditor’s Law Firm for Post-Discharge Lawsuit of Discharged Debt

Court Rules No Discharge Violation, Debtor’s Plan Language Didn’t Require Vehicle Lien Release Upon Plan Completion

Report: Defaulted Federal Student Loan Borrowers in Communities of Color Are Disproportionately Sued

Elizabeth Warren’s plan to forgive student loan debt is costly, but it could actually pour money into the US economy

Governor Murphy Signs Legislation to Make Student Loans More Affordable

Who Would Benefit from Elizabeth Warren’s Student Loan Forgiveness Proposal?

U.S. consumer protection just got even worse

Residential Mortgage Lender Survives ATR/QM Challenge

House to vote on bipartisan retirement bill in May

Tillis bill streamlines bankruptcy process for small businesses

Consumers face long odds battling debt collectors in local courts

When a Collector Talks to a Bot: How to Solve for Time-Wasting Apps

4th Circuit Declares Government Debt Exemption to the TCPA Unconstitutional, But Leaves the Rest of the Statute Intact


Emerging Bankruptcy Technologies to Assist your Bankruptcy Practice
Date: June 6, 2019
Time: 4:00 PM EST – 5:00 PM EST
Cost: $25 Member / $75 Non Member
Presenters: Rachel Foley Esq., Reed Almand, Esq. & James Haller Esq.
Register HERE

Busy bankruptcy attorneys are bombarded with technology choices – all promising great rewards but many coming at great expense. Learn about different technologies that can make your practice more efficient in time and cost.

Why You Should Attend: What faster way is there to improve your bottom line than being more efficient while increasing accuracy!

Chapter 13 Plan Provisions: What Are They Good For?
Date: July 11, 2019
Time: 4:00 PM EST – 5:00 PM EST
Cost: $25 Member / $75 Non Member
Presenters: Henry Sommer, Esq., O. Max Gardner III, Esq. & James Haller, Esq.
Register HERE

Avoid having unwanted provisions forced upon you and getting non-standard provisions that you want.

Why You Should Attend: Stuck with a plan provision unfavorable to your client? Learn how to contest those provisions and get more favorable language added to the plan.


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