Fulton’s Aftermath - What Do Chapter 13 Practitioners Need To Know?

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Legal Aid and Who Are Our Chapter 13 “Customers”

By Rachel Jones, Staff Attorney to Chapter 13 Standing Trustee Chris Micale, Western District of Virginia (Roanoke)

The events of 2020 have had a devastating impact on the very low-income population. The working poor are struggling, particularly those working in sectors such as hospitality and tourism. State and Federal funding and local programs . . . → Read More: Legal Aid and Who Are Our Chapter 13 “Customers”

City of Chicago v. Fulton And the Turnover Conundrum

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Delinquent Utilities and Disconnection Under New Bankruptcy Provision

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I Feel A Change Coming On (Song by Bob Dylan, 1964)

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Meet a Newish Trustee

On October 1, 2019, John G. Jansing was appointed Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the Southern District of Ohio at Dayton. John took over from Jeff Kellner, who retired and moved to New Hampshire.

John had some great mentors: Herb Beskin in Charlottesville, Marge Burks in Cincinnati and Faye English in Columbus. John toured . . . → Read More: Meet a Newish Trustee

Creditors' Rights and Debtors' Protections at the Intersection of Consumer Bankruptcy and UCC Article 9

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The Proposed Consumer Bankruptcy Reform Act: A Political Analysis

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Just the Facts, Ma’am - Consolidated Appropriations Act, December 27, 2020

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Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste: The Bankruptcy Amendments in the Consolidated Appropriations Acts of 2021

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