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Pelosi Sets Thursday Vote on Infrastructure, Eyes Smaller Social Spending…
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday set a vote on the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill for Thursday and voiced confidence it would pass,…
Analysis: How China Plans to Avert an Evergrande Financial Crisis
In any other country, the sudden collapse of a corporate titan with more than $300 billion in debt would send shock waves across the economy, according to a New York Times…
California AG Announces Appeal of Purdue Bankruptcy Plan, Seeks to Hold…
California Attorney General Rob Bonta last Friday announced he will appeal Purdue Pharma’s bankruptcy reorganization plan, which a New York bankruptcy court approved on…
PG&E Charged in California Wildfire Last Year that Killed 4
Pacific Gas & Electric was charged Friday with involuntary manslaughter and other crimes after its equipment sparked a Northern California wildfire that killed four people…
Justices Urged to Review Judge-Made Bankruptcy Appeal Roadblock
Creditors who feel they got a raw deal in corporate bankruptcies are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to scrap a legal doctrine that judges increasingly are using to block…
Amazon Prime Video Docuseries “LuLaRich” Investigates LuLaRoe and…
For stay-at-home moms, LuLaRoe offered the best cake-and-eat-it-too scenario: Make “full-time income for part-time work” selling the company’s colorful patterned…
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Experts Examine Important Consumer Bankruptcy Law Changes Enacted in December - Ep. 241
Experts Unpack Important Commercial Bankruptcy Law Changes Enacted in December - Ep. 240
Issues Confronting Bankruptcy and Insurance Law - Ep. 239
Examining Supreme Court Decision on Puerto Rico Oversight and Management Board - Ep. 238
Two ABI Legends Discuss Financial Crisis Due to COVID-19, Tools for Practitioners to Utilize - Ep. 237
RDW Weekly Highlight 09/24/2021
My latest segment highlights Bankruptcy Judge Eduardo Rodriguez’s disagreement with a Second Circuit decision over Rule 3002.1, in which the circuit court found that mortgage lenders that violated this rule were only required to pay compensatory damages and not attorneys’ fees.