Category: Business Bankruptcy
Free Lance-Star and Fisker Automotive: Development of the ‘For Cause’ Exception to Credit Bidding
On April 14, 2014, the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia issued an opinion limiting the […]Read More
Can Non-Citizens and International Corporations File Bankruptcy in the United States?
America is still a magnet to people from all over the world. People come to America both legally […]Read More
Seventh Circuit’s In re New Energy Corp. and Standing to Object to an Auction Sale
On January 15, 2014, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals held that a party, who is not a […]Read More
Price to File Bankruptcy to Increase in November
Who is the Judicial Conference of the United States? It is a group of judges and other […]Read More
What are the Benefits of a Single Asset Real Estate case? (Third in a Series of Three)
Now that we have explored the characteristics of a Single Asset Real Estate debtor in bankruptcy (see the […]Read More
What are the Characteristics of a Single Asset Real Estate case? (Second in a Series of Three)
A Single Asset Real Estate case usually involves a commercial building, apartment complex, or even vacant land. Generally, a […]Read More
What is a Single Asset Real Estate Case? (First in a Series of Three)
Clients ask, what is a Single Asset Real Estate bankruptcy case? If you or your company owns a […]Read More
I gave my bank a financial statement – is this a problem? Your debt may be non-dischargeable.
Banks may care about what you say on the financial statement in your loan application. When you apply […]Read More
My bank took all the money in my account! Can they do that? Chapter 11 can help.
Banks have the right to set off money in your accounts against your debts to the bank. Chapter 11 is your strongest response to such an action.Read More
My business is bankrupt. Do I need to file a personal bankruptcy?
“Do I have to file a personal bankruptcy if my business is bankrupt?” All too frequently, the answer is yes.Read More