In Secured Lending 101, we learn that the general rule is "first in time, first in right." Well, how does one determine who is "first in time"? Generally, secured lenders may rely on state and county
A lot of conversations about social media mention the explosive growth of networks like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. They also include at least one individual who will tell you, unequivocally, tha
On November 28, 2012, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court granted the petition for allowance of appeal of Scott's Development Co. in the matter of Bricklayers of Western Pennsylvania Combined Funds v. Sco
Substantial increases in the cost of administering Chapter 11 cases over the years resulted in new strategies to advance more efficient restructurings. The negotiation of pre-packaged and pre-negotia
A few years ago, many corporations would leave the heavy lifting of e-discovery to outside counsel and vendors. Additionally, many of those outside counsel firms would do the same, playing more the r
Venue is among the more controversial and politicized aspects of bankruptcy law. While the country watches with unease the debate in Washington unfold regarding the fiscal cliff, bankruptcy practitio
The Fourth District Court of Appeal reversed itself December 12, canceling a $36.7 million award to a Fort Lauderdale tobacco smoker and giving Philip Morris USA Inc. a new damages trial on the basis
Originally Published: Daily Business Review
What typically happens when a lawyer leaves a law firm? Is there a constructive exit interview, a toast to the good times, the first step to redefining the relationship? Not exactly
Airlines have been frequent visitors to the bankruptcy system over the past 20 years. Several airlines have made round trips to the bankruptcy courts
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