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  • A Primer on the Chapter 15 Global Chess Game

    A Primer on the Chapter 15 Global Chess Game

    This article provides a base level of familiarity through a brief discussion of recent cases addressing debtor eligibility and foreign case recognition concepts under chapter 15.

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  • When a Seized Vehicle Is Returned to the Chapter 13 Debtor

    When a Seized Vehicle Is Returned to the Chapter 13 Debtor

    One of the significant unresolved issues in consumer bankruptcy law is the right of a chapter 13 debtor to obtain the return of a vehicle seized before the bankruptcy was filed.

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  • ABI Commission on Consumer Bankruptcy Final Report1:08:42

    ABI Commission on Consumer Bankruptcy Final Report

    Families struggling with debt due to unemployment, massive student loan or medical bills, divorce, death of a spouse or a combination of these factors may consider bankruptcy in order to achieve a fre

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  • NE Bankruptcy Conference & Consumer Forum

    NE Bankruptcy Conference & Consumer Forum

    Newport, RI ~ July 11-13 ~ Access to Bankruptcy Justice: Expanding Opportunities (Ethics Panel)) and more!

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  • Highlighting Women's History Month with ABI Presidents33:36

    Highlighting Women's History Month with ABI Presidents

    ABI Deputy Executive Director Amy Quackenboss talks with a distinguished panel of women ABI Presidents, including ABI's incoming President, about their experiences in the bankruptcy business. Join Deb

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  • Are Tiered Chapter 13 Plans Permitted by the Bankruptcy Code?

    Are Tiered Chapter 13 Plans Permitted by the Bankruptcy Code?

    Does the Bankruptcy Code permit tiered chapter 13 plans? Bankruptcy courts are divided, and even courts within the same federal districts have reached different results.

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  • Consumer Bankruptcy Commission Findings0:32

    Consumer Bankruptcy Commission Findings

    Families struggling with debt due to unemployment, massive student loan or medical bills, divorce, death of a spouse or a combination of these factors may consider bankruptcy in order to achieve a fre

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  • Chapter 11's New Hidden Cost

    Chapter 11's New Hidden Cost

    The landscape of the restructuring process under chapter 11 has undergone substantial changes in recent years, rendering rare what was once perceived as the “traditional reorganization case.”

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  • Why Chapter 7 Is Less Accessible for Low-Income Debtors, Potential Solutions26:18

    Why Chapter 7 Is Less Accessible for Low-Income Debtors, Potential Solutions

    Experts Examine Why Chapter 7 Is Less Accessible for Low-Income Debtors, Potential Solutions - Ep. 226 Elaborating on their ABI Journal article "Too Broke for a Fresh Start" about chapter 7 being too

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  • Stay on Top of Bankruptcy Developments on Capitol Hill

    Stay on Top of Bankruptcy Developments on Capitol Hill

    Keep track of legislation focused on debt and insolvency.

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  • Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and Bankruptcy Estate Taxes

    Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and Bankruptcy Estate Taxes

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the largest tax law overhaul since 1986, and trustees, debtors and their professionals should be aware of how these changes might affect bankruptcy estates.

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  • February Commercial Chapter 11 Filings, 2009-19

    February Commercial Chapter 11 Filings, 2009-19

    February Commercial Chapter 11 Filings, 2009-19

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  • Senators Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Fix Means Test Disparity for Disabled Veterans

    Senators Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Fix Means Test Disparity for Disabled Veterans

    U.S. Senators Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) and John Cornyn (R-Texas) on March 7 introduced the bipartisan Honoring American Veterans in Extreme Need (HAVEN) Act to protect the economic security and well.

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  • Third Circuit Strips Debt Buyers of Defenses Under the FDCPA

    Third Circuit Strips Debt Buyers of Defenses Under the FDCPA

    Hiring a collection agent will not insulate a debt buyer from liability under the FDCPA.

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  • Central States Bankruptcy Workshop

    Central States Bankruptcy Workshop

    Traverse City, MI ~ June 13-15 ~ Chapter 7 and 13 Conversions, Dismissal Considerations and More

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  • New York City Bankruptcy Conference

    New York City Bankruptcy Conference

    New York ~ May 22

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  • Credit & Bankruptcy Symposium

    Credit & Bankruptcy Symposium

    Uncasville, CT ~ May 2-3

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  • Sixth Circuit Shows Why the Supreme Court Must Reverse Taggart

    Sixth Circuit Shows Why the Supreme Court Must Reverse Taggart

    The appeals court didn’t allow an ambiguous state statute to confer absolution for violating the automatic stay.

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  • Insight on Intellectual Property Case Before SCOTUS1:22:39

    Insight on Intellectual Property Case Before SCOTUS

    Listen in as a panel of leading experts discuss the arguments that were made before the U.S. Supreme Court regarding Mission Product Holdings Inc. v. Tempnology LLC.

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  • The Challenge of the New Farm Crisis

    The Challenge of the New Farm Crisis

    Rising interest rates coupled with reduced income and increased debt suggests that some farmers might not be able to repay debt in future years.

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