This Thursday’s bankruptcy news briefs read…
Bankruptcy Court Suspends Counsel for Changing Schedules After Signing. Employing “Trust But Verify” the Court “Peeked and Shrieked.”
New Washington Debt Collection Law Requires Itemization Notice for Medical Debt
Jamie Dimon sounds off on student debt crisis: ‘What we’ve done is a disgrace’
Dueling Proposals To Wipe Out Student Debt Would Be Paid For With Tax Dollars
Ninth Circuit Follows Fourth Circuit in Finding TCPA ‘Debt Collection’ Exemption Unconstitutional
Financial literacy skills have taken a nose dive since the Great Recession
Yes, I want to pay off my student loans
Guess how much cheaper your auto loan would be if dealers had to play fair
Bank overdraft fees could jump if consumer watchdog eases rule
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Chapter 13 Plan Provisions: What Are They Good For?
Date: July 11, 2019
Time: 4:00 PM EST – 5:00 PM EST
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Presenters: Henry Sommer, Esq., O. Max Gardner III, Esq. & James Haller, Esq.
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Introduction to Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Online Workshop
Date: July 26, 2019
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Presenters: Edward Boltz, Esq., Hal Nemeth, Esq. & James Haller, Esq.
Bankruptcy is a world unto itself. This webinar is designed to introduce practitioners to the bankruptcy landscape and will cover the basics of chapter 7 and chapter 13, the difference between the two, and factors to consider when recommending one chapter over another. This program will give new attorneys and staff an introduction to bankruptcy practice.
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