Churches and State Employment Law Liability

By | Employment Law

Employment Law Liability Overview Most American employers are subject to potential liability on a number of fronts, including the following: federal anti-discrimination statutes federal wage, hour, and safety laws state antidiscrimination statutes employment law torts and breach of contract Torts…

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Disclosure Statements

By | Bankruptcy

Debtors must report assets, liabilities, contested claims, and other business affairs. The purpose of these disclosures is to allow creditors an opportunity to evaluate proposed plans. Disclosure statements must contain “adequate information.” The specific information required is determined on a…

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Bankruptcy During Divorce

By | Bankruptcy

Problems may result from the conflict of interests between domestic relations courts and bankruptcy courts when a couple files for bankruptcy during a divorce. The conflict arises because of the differing policies between the courts. Bankruptcy courts have a policy…

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Bankruptcy Crimes

By | Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy crimes exist to protect the goals of civil bankruptcy, which is a fresh start for consumers, the reorganization of businesses, and the equitable distribution of a debtor’s assets amongst creditors. Almost every bankruptcy crime is preceded by a prior…

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Banking Law

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Knowledgeable financial legal counsel for lenders and borrowers
As counsel for some of the Midwest’s largest banks and institutional lenders, Burt, Blee, Dixon, Sutton & Bloom, LLP has a wealth of experience in all key aspects of financing and banking issues.

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