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Roger Arnold Says The Worst is Behind Us in Greece
Can My Creditors Put me In Jail?
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Why You Should Enter into a Payment Plan with a Junk Debt Buyer
Beginners Guide to Debt Collection Lawsuits by Portfolio Recovery Associates
Quick Guide to Stopping Collection Calls.
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3 Proven Strategies for Dealing with a Midland Funding Lawsuit
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Polsinelli Podcasts: Out-of-Court Alternatives to Bankruptcy
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A Conversation with John Houghton on Asia Restructurings
Bennett Jones Spring 2014 Economic Outlook
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Update on Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code and Delaware Bankruptcy Court’s Decision in the Fisker Automotive Holdings Inc. Bankruptcy Case
Aug. 15 (Bloomberg) -- The strength of the U.S. Justice Department's antitrust suit to block the merger between AMR Corp. and US Airways Group Inc. is the first topic on the video with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia and...more
May 31 (Bloomberg) -- Davis Polk Partner Randall Guynn speaks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about how Dodd-Frank's orderly liquidation authority (OLA) gives lawmakers better choices when faced with the failure of complex...more
In September last year, bankruptcy judge Stuart M. Bernstein overruled the application of Quigley Company Inc to exit bankruptcy for the fourth time in its Chapter 11 plan. In his ruling, Judge Bernstein found that Pfizer,...more
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