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Bankruptcy: Motion For Contempt – Monetary Damages – Adversary Proceeding

Where a bankruptcy court denied debtors’ motion for contempt against a creditor because the court concluded that the debtors were required to file an adversary proceeding since they sought to recover monetary damages, the bankruptcy court’s order is reversed because ...

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Best Lawyer to Call if the Bank Wants Your House: James R. Brown

It’s not easy having a recession-proof business. James Brown has a tinge of regret in his voice when he admits that his business has flourished in the economic crisis. “When the economy gets worse, our cases pick up,” he said. ...

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Lehman bankruptcy judge charged with slapping wife

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge James Peck in Manhattan, who is overseeing the liquidation of collapsed securities firm Lehman Brothers, was charged with attempted assault for allegedly slapping his wife. Peck, 63, was arrested Jan. 31 for third-degree attempted assault and second-degree ...

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