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So What Does a Bankruptcy Carve-Out Clause Really Mean? Delaware Bankruptcy Court Concludes It is Not a Cap on Fees After All

USA - February 3 2017 In chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, it is not uncommon for secured partieslenders to provide a “carve-out” for various professional fees. Frequently...

U. S. Court of Appeals 2nd Circuit Decision: National Bank is a Citizen Only of the State in Which its Main Office is Located

USA - June 29 2016 The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued a decision today in the case of OneWest Bank, N.A. v. Robert W. Melina, No. 15-3063...

When and How Can a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee Liquidate Your Collateral?

USA - May 19 2016 So you are chugging along with a foreclosure action (either on real andor personal property) only to be stopped in your tracks by the borrower...

Connecticut Collections Part 3: How to get paid if you are owed money?

USA - May 6 2016 Collecting money owed to you or your company can be frustrating. This video series given by Alena Gfeller and Bob Kaelin of Murtha Cullina highlig...

Alena C. Gfeller.

Connecticut Collections Part 2: How to get paid if you are owed money?

USA - May 5 2016 Collecting money owed to you or your company can be frustrating. This video series given by Alena Gfeller and Bob Kaelin of Murtha Cullina highlights...

Alena C. Gfeller.