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Biden Extends Student Loan Payments Pause, Moratorium on Evictions
On his first day in office, President Biden signed a range of executive actions including two that will affect the financial lives of millions of Americans. One directs the…
PPP COVID-19 Small-Business Aid Reopens With 60,000 Loans
The Small Business Administration said on Tuesday that roughly 60,000 borrowers were approved for more than $5 billion in forgivable loans during the first week of the…
NRA Previews Chapter 11 Strategy Against ‘Hostile’ New York
The National Rifle Association said it took refuge in bankruptcy court due to partisan legal efforts in New York to put it out of business, but that it isn’t seeking to…
CFPB Director Resigns after Biden's Inauguration
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Kathy Kraninger resigned yesterday at the request of the newly sworn-in President Biden, clearing the way for his nominee…
Senate Panel to Meet on Yellen Nomination for Treasury on Friday
The U.S. Senate Finance Committee scheduled a meeting for Friday to consider the nomination of Janet Yellen for Treasury Secretary, raising the possibility that she could be…
NPC Approved to Sell Pizza Hut, Wendy’s Outlets for $800 Million
Restaurant franchisee NPC International Inc. won court approval to sell more than 1,300 Pizza Hut and Wendy’s restaurants for about $800 million, six months after the…
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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
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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.