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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA, Mexico, Canada | 21 May 2019

Goodbye Steel and Aluminum Tariffs! (For Mexico and Canada Metals)

In a recent KRCL Energy Practice Group seminar, I discussed the genesis and impact of metal tariffs imposed by the Trump administration. These Trump

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 17 May 2019

SCOTX Hands Down Decision on Mineral Executive’s Obligations to Non-Executives

Last month, the Texas Supreme Court issued a decision that addresses the vexing situation in which the owner of the executive rights also owns the

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 15 May 2019

Lessor’s Acceptance of Royalty Payments Did Not Waive Anti-Pooling Clause

The San Antonio Court of Appeals recently determined that the acceptance of royalty payments will not necessarily operate as a waiver of a mineral

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 13 May 2019

Public Safety Comes First - Duties and Obligations of Ombudsmen in Healthcare Bankruptcies

Healthcare bankruptcies present unique challenges in addition to financial restructuring. An immediate concern that must be addressed in these cases

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA, Puerto Rico | 2 May 2019

Bondholders Beware? First Circuit Ruling’s Potential Adverse Impact on Puerto Rico’s Long-Term Restructuring Prospects

Having practiced in Puerto Rico for nearly a decade, including being involved heavily in the ongoing Title III PROMESA proceedings, the recent ruling

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 30 Apr 2019

The Bankruptcy Discharge Injunction - How Creditors Can Avoid Getting Caught with Their Hands in the Cookie Jar

Debtors who have filed for bankruptcy and received their Discharge often continue to receive collection letters and phone calls from their creditors

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 22 Apr 2019

Don’t be Late - Filing Proofs of Claims in a Bankruptcy Case

When a creditor is notified that a debtor has filed for bankruptcy, the creditor should be careful to determine whether it needs to file a Proof of

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 15 Apr 2019

Your Opinion Matters: Submit Comments to a Newly Proposed Federal Overtime Rule

Your Opinion Matters: Submit Comments to a Newly Proposed Federal Overtime Rule that Intends to Raise the Annual Salary Requirement’s for the Fair

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 12 Apr 2019

Proceed with Caution! Understanding Ipso Facto Clauses In Bankruptcy

The phrase ipso facto is Latin for “by the fact itself.” Ipso facto clauses are sometimes included in lease and purchase contracts, and they assert

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Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC | USA | 5 Apr 2019

Navigating The Crucial Initial Days Of A Chapter 11 Filing - First Day Motions

The initial stage of a Chapter 11 filing is the most crucial and debtors must be ready for the tactics of aggressive creditors and stakeholders

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