Tag Archives: Choices

Call for Papers: Responding to Legitimacy Challenges: Opportunities and Choices for the European Court of Human Rights

PluriCourts at the University of Oslo has issued a call for papers for a workshop on "Responding to Legitimacy Challenges: Opportunities and Choices for the European Court of Human Rights," to take place September 21, 2018, at the European Court … Continue reading

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Family Choices

An Illinois Hearing Board proposes a 60-day suspension We found that Respondent failed to provide competent representation to her clients in an adoption case by being unprepared for a court hearing and failing to prepare her clients for the hearing…. … Continue reading

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My Wildly Biased Choices For Best Posts Of 2017

Readers got their say earlier when I showcased the 10 most popular new posts on Bankruptcy Soapbox for 2017. Today, I’ve collected a few of my favorites:  posts that touched subjects important to me and hopefully,  important and useful to … Continue reading

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Debt Limits, Unconstitutional Choices, and Limited Presidential Power

— Posted by Neil H. Buchanan I certainly chose a bad two weeks to go on vacation! With the biggest political/economic/constitutional mash-up in history bearing down on the country, I found myself traveling in Canada (on a trip that had … Continue reading

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Bad Choices in Investments Lead to Bankruptcy

Associated Press reported in "Ex-Detroit Lions lineman Luther Elliss files for bankruptcy, citing 'bad choices'" on January 19, 2010 that retired Detroit Lions defensive lineman abandoned his million-dollar suburban Detroit home after being forced to file bankruptcy from failed investments … Continue reading

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