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Blog Posts in March, 2010

  • Bankruptcy Case Law Developments

    United States Supreme Court United States Supreme Court to Determine the Proper Method of Calculating the Amount a Debtor Should Pay Towards Their Debt In 2005, the Bankruptcy Code was overhauled by Congress in what is known as the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act ("BAPCPA"). BAPCPA brought with it many changes, aiming to make it more difficult for people to eliminate debt ...
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  • Milavetz, Gallop & Milavetz, P.A., ET AL. v. United States--- The High Court Speaks

    Debt Relief Agencies - Bankruptcy attorneys are included in the definition "debt relief agency" and are prohibited from advising clients to incur more debt when the "impelling reason" for the advice is to "load up" on debt then discharge it through the bankruptcy proceeding. Being debt relief agents, the imposition of the Code's advertising disclosure is reasonable related to the government's ...
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