...clinics that administered the drugs, and companies that provided services to the debtor such as the sanitation vendor and environmental testing company. We’re...
...in the Charlotte office and will represent strategic investors, creditors, lenders and debtors in in-court and out-of-court restructurings. Previously, Smith was a...
...state courts over whether judges can order banks to turn over judgment debtors’ assets that the banks are holding outside the United States, said...
...a provision barring a debt collector from harassing, oppressing or abusing a debtor. Of that claim, Stearns wrote, “courts have consistently held that the...
A brief overview of the challenges that class action plaintiffs counsel should keep in mind in a threatened or actual bankruptcy scenario
A committee representing sex abuse victims with claims against the bankrupt Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee has moved to recuse a federal judge, alleging he has a conflict because he purchase
Developer Larry Silverstein has lost his attempt to win as much as $3.5 billion from airlines to pay for extra losses he endured as a result of the September 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Cent
National Law Journal
Some judges within the past year seemed to take a softer stance toward struggling law school graduates carrying tens of thousands of dollars in loans. But during this month alone, federal judges in t
National Law Journal
Four months after being hired to help the financially crippled city find a way out from under its mountain of debt, the firm is now taking the lead advisory role on what is poised to become the large
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
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