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Portion of New Bankruptcy Laws Declared Unconstitutional

U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Reena Raggi Visits Domus

Litigating Against Abusive Mortgagees. Your Author Scores Big Win Against Mortagee Who Filed Frivolous Motion

New Bankruptcy Judges Meet Bankruptcy Bar; and Former Chief Judge Jumps Firms

How a Debtor Should Not Act

Finally. . . U.S. Trustee Getting Tough on Mortgage Lenders: Putting a Stop to Abuse Against Consumer Debtors

Lawyers File for Bankruptcy, Too: Attorneys Are Not Immune From Debt Problems

Voiding Pre-2005 Judgment Liens: Debtors May Use Post-2005 Homestead Exemption

New Laws In Place Two Years. Panel Discusses Current Bankruptcy Practice. Part II: Chapter 7 and Other Issues

With New Laws In Place Two Years, Panel Discusses Current Bankruptcy Practice. Part I: Chapter 13 Issues

The Sub-Prime Mortgage Meltdown

Determining Household Size for the Means Test

NY Court of Appeals Judge Robert S. Smith Visits Domus

Life After Bankruptcy: Getting Credit Has Become Too Easy

No Proof that Credit Counseling Requirement is Working

Filing for Bankruptcy Does Not Create Tax Consequences

Keeping Track of Dollar Amounts and Key Dates in the New Law

Proposed Attorney Discipline Program Spells Further Anxiety for Counsel

Judge Stan Bernstein Announces his Resignation

Chief Bankruptcy Judge Melanie Cyganowski Stepping Down

Best Practices for Representing Your Clients

Bankruptcy Judges Convene to Discuss New Bankruptcy Laws on their One Year Anniversary

Recent Decision Summarizes Consumer Debtor’s Obligation to Retain Documents and Explain Pre-Petition Loss of Assets

Samuel Alito Is First U.S. Supreme Court Justice to Visit Domus

Random Audits of Consumer Debtors to Begin in October

The New Bankruptcy Laws: Some Pieces are Falling Into Place

Matrimonial Fundamentals Under the New Bankruptcy Laws

The New Bankruptcy Laws Continue to Be Mired in Controversy

The New Credit Counseling Requirement: How to Deal with It, Cases Interpreting It, News About It, and Practical Tips

The 2005 Bankruptcy Amendment Act: Winners and Loser. Did the Credit Card and Banking Industries Get What They Bargained For?

Bankruptcy Update: The new Laws Are Not Popular

Attorney Advertising Under the New Bankruptcy Laws

Nine New Year's Resolutions Consumer Bankruptcy Practitioners Should Make

Consumer Bankruptcy Debtors Face New Limitations for Repeat Filings

Are You Ready for the New Bankruptcy Laws?

Bankruptcy Practice Under the New Laws

Consumer Bankruptcy Practice is Now Totally Changed

Surprise Law Enactment – Homestead Exemption Increased

Protecting Your Client from Creditors Who Ignore the Discharge

Will the New Bankruptcy Laws Effectively Prevent You From Continuing Your Consumer Bankruptcy Practice?

Consumer Bankruptcy: Bankruptcy Reform is Finally Here. Get Your Clients to File Now!

What Happens If Your Personal Injury Client Files for Bankruptcy

You Better Hurry Up and File Those Bankruptcy Petitions

Consumer Bankruptcy: Discharging Gambling Debts: 10 Points to Know

Consumer Bankruptcy: Five Bankruptcy Practice Pointers to Deal with the Effects of the Real Estate Boom

Ten Bankruptcy Fundamentals the Matrimonial Attorney Should Know

Bankruptcy: What the General Practitioner Should Know about Chapter 11 (Part 3)

Is Bankruptcy As We Know It Almost Dead?

Bankruptcy: What the General Practitioner Should Know about Chapter 11 (Part 2)

Real Estate Financing Options for Your Bankruptcy Clients

Bankruptcy: What the General Practitioner Should Know about Chapter 11 (Part 1)

Defending Motions to Lift the Stay

Consumer Bankruptcy: Bankruptcy Crime Does Not Pay

Being Haunted by the Vampire Bankruptcy Bill: It's Just Politics

Judge Judith Kaye is Honoree at Theodore Roosevelt Inn of Court Annual Dinner. New York's Highest Judge Honored by Local Attorneys

Consumer Bankruptcy: Bankruptcy has Become a Middle Class Phenomenon

Everything That Can Go Wrong With the Meeting of Creditors. Part Three: More Problems and Dilemmas

A Primer on Adversary Proceedings

Everything That Can Go Wrong With the Meeting of Creditors. Part Two: Issues with the Trustee

Everything That Can Go Wrong With the Meeting of Creditors. Part One: Common Problems

Consumer Bankruptcy: Handling the Emergency Filing

Nine Tips to Protect Your Clients From the U.S. Trustee Initiative Program

Consumer Bankruptcy: The 2004 Congress Moves Quickly to Toughen Bankruptcy Laws

Consumer Bankruptcy Update

New Bankruptcy Legislation: A Rocky Road

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