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NRA Must Face New York Lawsuit Seeking Group’s Dissolution
The National Rifle Association on Thursday lost a preliminary round in a legal battle with New York state Attorney General Letitia James, who wants the gun-rights nonprofit…
More Than 100 Oil and Gas Companies Went Bankrupt in 2020
Forty-six exploration and production companies and 61 oil-field service companies filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy last year, according to Haynes and Boone, a Dallas-based law…
Biden Plans Executive Action to Expand Food Stamps and Speed Stimulus…
President Biden will issue an executive order on Friday aimed at steering additional federal aid to families struggling to afford food amid the pandemic and at helping workers…
Equinox Seeks Delay on Promise to Backstop SoulCycle’s Debt
Equinox Holdings Inc. is seeking to rework some of its debts less than a month before the gym chain faces a deadline to cover a loan owed by its SoulCycle subsidiary,…
Francesca’s Clothing Chain Approved for Bankruptcy Sale
Specialty retailer Francesca’s Holdings Corp. has won court approval to sell its remaining business out of bankruptcy to a group of buyers that plan to keep open about half…
Kansas City Payday Lender Pleads Guilty to Bankruptcy Fraud
Del Kimball, a prominent figure in Kansas City’s payday lending scene, waived a federal indictment on Tuesday afternoon and pleaded guilty to a bankruptcy fraud charge, the…
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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
Highlighting Consumer Commission's Recommendations to Expand Chapter 13 Debt Limit and Create a Ch. 13 Reserve Fund - Ep. 236
Author Provides Historical Look at Small-Dollar Lending - Ep. 235
Episode 221 - Stigma Surrounding Personal Bankruptcy Has Increased, Not Decreased, According to Scholar
ABI Executive Director Sam Gerdano talks with Prof. Michael D. Sousa of the University of Denver's Sturm College of Law about his recent analytical look at the stigma of bankruptcy. Sousa published the lead article in the Summer 2018 edition of the ABI Law Review, “The Persistence of Bankruptcy Stigma,” which presented his findings that the stigma surrounding personal bankruptcy has actually increased, not decreased, over time.