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As A Matter Of First Impression, The Seventh Circuit Holds That Chapter 13 Debtors Cannot Obtain In Forma Pauperis Filing Fee Waivers Absent “Extraordinary Circumstances”

USA - July 7 2020 In a case litigated by the authors, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit held in In re Marzieh Bastanipour, Case No. 20-1373…

Paul J. Yovanic, Jr.

Distressed Company M&A in the Time of COVID-19: Benefits and Risks of Section 363 Sales

USA - April 29 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic and the drastic measures taken in an effort to mitigate its adverse impact have sent shock waves throughout the US and global…

Leslie E. Kersey, Andrew Lucano

Bankruptcy is Not a “Get Out of Jail Free” Card: Enforcing Trade Secret Rights and Restrictive Covenants Against Financially Troubled Wrongdoers

USA - April 17 2020 We have previously written about the effects of COVID-19 on the way we currently work, as well as how businesses need to adapt to protect their trade…

Jeremy A. Cohen, Marcus L. Mintz, Erik W. Weibust

Bankruptcy Courts: Open for Business

USA - March 27 2020 During challenging economic times, Bankruptcy Courts serve an essential governmental and financial function. The COVID-19 outbreak has forced…

How Sports Authority’s Bankruptcy Filing Impacts Landlords and Trade Creditors, and Creates Opportunities for Retailers

USA - March 3 2016 On March 2, 2016, Sports Authority, Inc. (“Sports Authority”) and six of its affiliates filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Delaware. The filing will…

Edward M. Fox