2022 Bankruptcy Procedure Year in Review: Revised Statute and Rules and Selected Cases - Part 1 Amended Statute and Rules Amendments Not Related to SBRA

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Critical Case Comment – No Mulligans for Gardners

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Student Loans Debacle-Part II: Failure to Forgive - The Ticking Time-Bomb

by R. Michael Smith, Esq.

The recent push for student loan forgiveness has been met with increasing opposition. The rationales for not providing a generally applicable path for student loan forgiveness or cancellation have included arguments based upon imagined unfairness to those previously able to pay off their loans, which seems to be both . . . → Read More: Student Loans Debacle-Part II: Failure to Forgive – The Ticking Time-Bomb

Critical Case Comment – Repeat: No Fee Splitting

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The Cloud Cometh

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Rule 3002.1, Contempt and Sanctions – How a Lender Can Create a Mess

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The Student Loan Solution

By Henry E. Hildebrand, III, Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the Middle District of Tennessee (Nashville)

Recently, news stories, political pundits, social media outlets and the talking heads have become keenly aware of the growing danger imposed by burgeoning student loan debt and the economic chaos it has caused and will continue to cause. . . . → Read More: The Student Loan Solution

Keep Calm and Carry On – Observations Regarding CBRA

By Henry E. Hildebrand, III

First, breathe deep and try to relax.

The Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative House Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee, with minimal notice, set an oversight hearing for September 29, 2022. The subcommittee is charged to deal with matters relating to bankruptcy. The subject of the hearing was to be . . . → Read More: Keep Calm and Carry On – Observations Regarding CBRA

Courts are Expanding the Protections of Bankruptcy Rule 3002.1

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Critical Case Comment – Service Counts

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