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Bankruptcy:  New U.S. Supreme Court Case on Automatic Stay – Holding Property To Maintain Status Quo Does Not (Necessarily) Violate Automatic Stay

Bankruptcy:  New U.S. Supreme Court Case on Automatic Stay Holding Property To Maintain Status Quo Does Not (Necessarily) Violate Automatic Stay:  Bankruptcy courts in most jurisdictions have held over the years that merely keeping property of a debtor after the debtor filed a bankruptcy petition violated the automatic stay provisions...

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COVID 19: Business Interruption Insurance Coverage Update

COVID 19: Business Interruption Insurance Coverage Update Insurers for shuttered businesses have almost uniformly denied claims for business interruption.  But, insureds across the country have challenged the denials.  Those lawsuits are starting to come to conclusion and while judges have sided with the insurance companies in many cases, restaurants in...

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Bankruptcies are on the Rise Do Not Violate the Automatic Stay or Discharge Injunction

Bankruptcies are on the Rise Do Not Violate the Automatic Stay or Discharge Injunction The American Bankruptcy Institute issued a report on October 29th that indicated that as stimulus checks and other forms of temporary relief run out, experts are projecting an increase in personal bankruptcy filings, which have so...

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