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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR CHAPTER 13 PLAN DOESN’T “WORK” ANYMORE PART 3

In my last two blogs I’ve written about a common problem with chapter 13: a client’s financial situation has changed during the time the chapter 13 case is pending, and making a monthly chapter 13 payment to the trustee, which once … Continue reading

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The Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Process in Minnesota

In many ways, federal and state laws outside bankruptcy are very pro-creditor. For example, a moneylender in Minnesota may begin the auto repossession process after just one late payment. Most creditors will try to work something out with the borrower … Continue reading

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Gage County Loses Court Appeal–Moves Closer to Chapter 9 Bankruptcy

The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals has turned away an appeal of a $28.1 million dollar judgment awarded to 6 plaintiffs (commonly referred to as the Beatrice Six) for damages imposed by a federal jury for a reckless investigation and manufacturing … Continue reading

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The Most Recent Chapter in the Joint Employer Saga? A Spat between the NLRB Chairman and Democrat Senators

If you have followed our blog over the past year, you are aware of the long and tortured history of the National Labor Relations Board’s joint employer standard.  The recent history starts with the Obama Board’s decision to overturn decades … Continue reading

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Insurance Adjusters And Chapter 541 – Federal Court

The United States District Court, Northern District, Dallas Division, issued an opinion in April 2018, titled, Grand Hotel Hospitality LLC d/b/a Grand Hotel Dallas v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s of London et al. This is a breach of contract case … Continue reading

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