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Fighting Jim Crow, Chapter 517

Thomas Ward Frampton, The Jim Crow Jury, 71 Vand. L. Rev. 1593 (2018), available at SSRN. Gabriel “Jack” Chin This article challenges the practice of non-unanimous criminal jury verdicts in Louisiana.  In a certain sense, the article was irrelevant, moot, … Continue reading

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What Does A Chapter 13 Trustee Do With A Preference?

We have discussed what the two most common types of preferences are previously. In consumer debtor cases, a preference is typically a payment of $600 or more to a general unsecured creditor made within 90 days prior to filing the … Continue reading

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What Is A Preference In Chapter 13 Bankruptcy And How It Works

Section 547 of the Bankruptcy Code covers preferences. Think of a preference like this- on the eve of filing bankruptcy, you preferred one creditor over another by paying one creditor and not the others. There are, generally speaking, two types … Continue reading

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How Chapter 13 Cuts Car Loan Down To Size

Car lenders who make new car loans with an underwater trade-in will face the music in Chapter 13. The Supreme Court declined to review a 9th Circuit decision that stripped car loans of their protected specially protected status in bankruptcy; as a … Continue reading

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ECB general topics chapter of guide to internal models under SSM

On 15 November 2018, the European Central Bank (ECB) has published the general topics chapter of its guide to internal models (the Guide), together with a feedback statement to the ECB’s March consultation on the chapter (the Statement). The Guide … Continue reading

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