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The Beate Uhse Sex Trade Has Fallen On Hard Times

Or on not so hard times?

Sales have failed to rise. They’re busted. The company couldn’t keep their turnover turning over enough. Then they got strapped for cash. 104 more words


The collapse of Drexel Burnham Lambert: a story of insider trading and greed

In the 1980s, Michael Milken was known in Wall Street as the “The Junk Bond King“. A junk bond, also called a… 452 more words


Serial Filings That Block a Creditor: Better Not to Obtain More Relief Than You Need — Deadly Clear

Originally posted on Bankruptcy-RealEstate-Insights: In re Ross, 838 F.3d 779 (3rd Cir. 2017) – A debtor filed bankruptcy to block a foreclosure. When he sought to voluntarily dismiss the case, the bankruptcy court granted the request but also enjoined him from filing at any time in the indefinite future.

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Punishing Attorneys vs. Positive Incentives: Inducing Good Behavior in Bankruptcy

By Donald L. Swanson

It’s a decade-or-more ago. I’m sitting in a continuing legal education seminar on bankruptcy law hoping to learn something new-and-useful for my day-to-day practice. 609 more words


Hospital Distress to Grow If Congress Closes Door to Muni Market


  • Small, lower-rated facilites could see costs rise 1-2 percent

  • At least 26 non-profit hospitals already in default, distress

As Congress moves to assemble the final version of its tax plan, projects like Spooner, Wisconsin’s 20-bed hospital hang in the balance. 803 more words

High-Stakes Litigation Results in Costs Award of $1.4 Million to Wife

It wasn’t that long ago that family law was considered the “poor sister” of commercial and corporate litigation, labelled “pink collar” law and considered a less worthy pursuit than other areas of the law. 575 more words

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