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Bankruptcy Billables 12.17.2010 – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Friday, December 17th, 2010

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Bankruptcy Billables is an overview of bankruptcy-relevant coverage and discussion from various law-related blogs.

Holding a J.D. and an International Affairs M.A. from Marquette University, Matt Leichter (matt [dot] leichter [at] gmail [dot] com) is an attorney licensed in Wisconsin and New York.  Fearing the legal profession’s future, he has begun documenting the law school tuition bubble at his own blog, The Law School Tuition Bubble, where you can read his latest post, “Dialogue with an Affable Law School Dean, Part 1.”

Credit Slips

WSJ Bankruptcy Beat

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BLT (Bankruptcy Lawyer Topics): “Cramdown” – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Friday, November 12th, 2010

BLT (Bankruptcy Lawyer Topics) is a periodic review and comparison of consumer bankruptcy topics being covered on bankruptcy lawyer blogs.

Holding a J.D. and an International Affairs M.A. from Marquette University, Matt Leichter (matt [dot] leichter [at] gmail [dot] com) is an attorney licensed in Wisconsin and New York.  Fearing for the legal profession’s future, he has begun documenting the law school tuition bubble at his own blog, The Law School Tuition Bubble, where you can read his latest post, “Linkth Dimension–Law School Buildings”.

  • Click on BK Lawyer Blogs for a state-by-state list of bankruptcy lawyers with their own blogs.
  • Have a blog or know a good blog post you think should be included? Or a suggestion for a future BLT theme?  Send an e-mail to BLT [at] bankruptcybill [dot] us with the link.
  • Suggestion to bankruptcy lawyers with blogs: Make sure to include a “Search” function somewhere on your blog.  It makes it easier to find topical posts on your blog and increases the likelihood that a post from your blog will be included in BLT.

BLT

GENERAL or NON-STATE SPECIFIC

Bankruptcy Law Network

BAPCPA Blog

CreditSlips.org

Consumer Law & Policy Blog

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Bankruptcy Billables 10.22.2010 – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

***************Bankruptcy Billables

Bankruptcy Billables is an overview of bankruptcy-relevant coverage and discussion from various law-related blogs.

Holding a J.D. and an International Affairs M.A. from Marquette University, Matt Leichter (matt [dot] leichter [at] gmail [dot] com) is an attorney licensed in Wisconsin and New York.  Fearing the legal profession’s future, he has begun documenting the law school tuition bubble at his own blog, The Law School Tuition Bubble, where you can read his latest post, “Income Based Repayment Helps Law Students, Not the Tuition Bubble”.

NYLawyer.com (free registration required)

Point of Law

Credit Slips

Going Concern

WSJ Bankruptcy Beat

Above the Law

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BLT (Bankruptcy Lawyer Topics): Foreclosure Fraud, Robosigners, and Moratorium – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Friday, October 15th, 2010

BLT (Bankruptcy Lawyer Topics) is a periodic review and comparison of consumer bankruptcy topics being covered on bankruptcy lawyer blogs.

Holding a J.D. and an International Affairs M.A. from Marquette University, Matt Leichter (matt [dot] leichter [at] gmail [dot] com) is an attorney licensed in Wisconsin and New York.  Fearing for the legal profession’s future, he has begun documenting the law school tuition bubble at his own blog, The Law School Tuition Bubble, where you can read his latest post, “Dear ABA Committee Chair, No, It’s Not That Complicated.  Signed, The Legal Profession.”

  • Click on BK Lawyer Blogs for a state-by-state list of bankruptcy lawyers with their own blogs.
  • Have a blog or know a good blog post you think should be included? Or a suggestion for a future BLT theme?  Send an e-mail to BLT [at] bankruptcybill [dot] us with the link.
  • Suggestion to bankruptcy lawyers with blogs: Make sure to include a “Search” function somewhere on your blog.  It makes it easier to find topical posts on your blog and increases the likelihood that a post from your blog will be included in BLT.

BLT

GENERAL or NON-STATE SPECIFIC

Beat the Press (Dean Baker, Center for Economic Policy Research)

CreditSlips.org

Consumer Law & Policy Blog

ALABAMA

Watts Law Group, P.C. and M. Stan Herring, P.C. – Alabama Consumer Law Blog (Birmingham, AL)

ARIZONA

Brian Dault, Esq. (Dault & Associates PLLC) – Phoenix Bankruptcy Lawyer Blog (Chandler, AZ)

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Bankruptcy Billables 10.08.2010 – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Friday, October 8th, 2010

***************Bankruptcy Billables

Bankruptcy Billables is an overview of bankruptcy-relevant coverage and discussion from various law-related blogs.

Holding a J.D. and an International Affairs M.A. from Marquette University, Matt Leichter (matt [dot] leichter [at] gmail [dot] com) is an attorney licensed in Wisconsin and New York.  Fearing the legal profession’s future, he has begun documenting the law school tuition bubble at his own blog, The Law School Tuition Bubble, where you can read his latest post, “The Link Kontroversy—Law Schools’ Evening Programs Imperiled, ‘Gainful Employment’ Rules Stalled, & Boy Have I Got a Job for You!

Credit Slips

WSJ Bankruptcy Beat

NYLawyer.com (free registration required)

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BLT (Bankruptcy Lawyer Topics): “Foreclosure” – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

BLT (Bankruptcy Lawyer Topics) is a periodic review and comparison of consumer bankruptcy topics being covered on bankruptcy lawyer blogs.

Holding a J.D. and an International Affairs M.A. from Marquette University, Matt Leichter (matt [dot] leichter [at] gmail [dot] com) is an attorney licensed in Wisconsin and New York.  Fearing for the legal profession’s future, he has begun documenting the law school tuition bubble at his own blog, The Law School Tuition Bubble, where you can read his latest post, “With the Links”.

  • Click on BK Lawyer Blogs for a state-by-state list of bankruptcy lawyers with their own blogs.
  • Have a blog or know a good blog post you think should be included? Or a suggestion for a future BLT theme?  Send an e-mail to BLT [at] bankruptcybill [dot] us with the link.
  • Suggestion to bankruptcy lawyers with blogs: Make sure to include a “Search” function somewhere on your blog.  It makes it easier to find topical posts on your blog and increases the likelihood that a post from your blog will be included in BLT.

BLT

GENERAL or NON-STATE SPECIFIC

A Clean Slate – the Bankruptcy Law Blog by Andy Winchell

American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) Bankruptcy Blog Exchange

Bankruptcy Law Network

Beat the Press (Dean Baker, Center for Economic Policy Research)

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Bankruptcy Billables 7.16.10 – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

***************Bankruptcy Billables

Bankruptcy Billables is an overview of bankruptcy-relevant coverage and discussion from various law-related blogs.

Holding a J.D. and an International Affairs M.A. from Marquette University, Matt Leichter (matt [dot] leichter [at] gmail [dot] com) is an attorney licensed in Wisconsin and New York.  Fearing the legal profession’s future, he has begun documenting the law school tuition bubble at his own blog, where you can read his latest post, “Failure to Launch: The Curious Case of Wilkes Law School, PA”.

Law Shucks

WSJ Bankruptcy Beat

BLT (Bankruptcy Lawyer Topics): Home Affordable Mortgage Program (HAMP) – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Friday, April 16th, 2010

BLT (Bankruptcy Lawyer Topics) is a periodic review and comparison of consumer bankruptcy topics being covered on bankruptcy lawyer blogs.

Holding a J.D. and an International Affairs M.A. from Marquette University, Matt Leichter (matt [dot] leichter [at] gmail [dot] com) is an attorney licensed in Wisconsin and New York.  He speaks Japanese and focuses on comparative and international law, as well as international business.

  • Click on BK Lawyer Blogs for a state-by-state list of bankruptcy lawyers with their own blogs.
  • Have a blog or know a good blog post you think should be included? Or a suggestion for a future BLT theme?  Send an e-mail to BLT [at] bankruptcybill [dot] us with the link.
  • Suggestion to bankruptcy lawyers with blogs: Make sure to include a “Search” function somewhere on your blog.  It makes it easier to find topical posts on your blog and increases the likelihood that a post from your blog will be included in BLT.

BLT-2

GENERAL or NON-STATE SPECIFIC

American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) Bankruptcy Blog Exchange

Beat The Press (Dean Baker, Center for Economic Policy Research)

CreditSlips.org

Consumer Law & Policy Blog

***SEE MORE BLOG POSTS FROM BANKRUPTCY LAWYERS AROUND THE U.S.*** (more…)

Bankruptcy Man #19: Bankruptcy Man vs Mortgantua – Part 7 – Mortgage Note Request

Monday, March 29th, 2010

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Bankruptcy Man continues his epic battle against the ominous and powerful Mortgantua. Click here for a refresher on ongoing the BAPCPA Man vs Mortgantua saga.

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gardnerFor more information on Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Bootcamp, go to MaxBankruptcyBootcamp.comClick here to see the ABC News Nightline feature on Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Bootcamp.  And click here to see the Wikipedia entry on Max’s eponymous grandfather who served a term as governor of North Carolina from 1929-33.

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For additional information on mortgage and foreclosure, here are a few blog posts:

Bruce Weiner (Rosenberg Musso & Weiner)NYBankruptcyNet (Brooklyn, NY)

Haines & Krieger (Las Vegas, NV)

Eugene Melchionne, Esq.ConsumerBankruptcyTips.com (Waterbury, CT)

BAPCPA Man #18: BAPCPA Man vs Mortgantua – Part 6 – Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Bootcamp

Monday, March 1st, 2010

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We check back in with our bankruptcy super hero in his battle to save a homeowner against the ominous and powerful Mortgantua.  Things were looking grim, but perhaps there is hope.  Click here for a refresher on ongoing the BAPCPA Man vs Mortgantua saga.

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gardnerFor more information on Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Bootcamp, go to MaxBankruptcyBootcamp.comClick here to see the ABC News Nightline feature on Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Bootcamp.  And click here to see the Wikipedia entry on Max’s eponymous grandfather who served a term as governor of North Carolina from 1929-33.

MaxGardnerLogo

For additional information on mortgage and foreclosure, here are a few blog posts:

Bruce Weiner (Rosenberg Musso & Weiner)NYBankruptcyNet (Brooklyn, NY)

Haines & Krieger (Las Vegas, NV)

Eugene Melchionne, Esq.ConsumerBankruptcyTips.com (Waterbury, CT)