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Bankruptcy Billables 6.18.2010 – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Friday, June 18th, 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, where you can read his latest post in which he painstakingly calculated law school and attorney saturation in individual American jurisdictions.

Law Shucks

Overlawyered

WSJ Bankruptcy Beat

Above the Law

Credit Slips

Going Concern

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Bankruptcy Billables 6.4.2010 – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Friday, June 4th, 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 where you can read his latest post, “The Big Bubble Battle (Bart II)”.

WSJ Bankruptcy Beat

Credit Slips

Law Shucks

Going Concern

Did we miss a good recent bankruptcy-related post on another blog?  E-mail bill [at] bankruptcybill [dot] us to let us know.

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Bankruptcy Billables 3.26.2010 – by Matt Leichter, Esq.

Friday, March 26th, 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.  He speaks Japanese and focuses on comparative and international law, as well as international business.

Above the Law

Going Concern

Credit Slips

WSJ Bankruptcy Beat

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Bankruptcy Billables 1.22.10 – by Matt Leichter

Friday, January 22nd, 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.  He speaks Japanese and focuses on comparative and international law, as well as international business.

Law Shucks

WSJ Bankruptcy Beat

Creditslips.org

Going Concern

Above The Law

Did we miss a good recent bankruptcy-related post on another blog?  E-mail bill [at] bankruptcybill [dot] us to let us know.

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Bankruptcy Billables 8.26.09

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

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

Law Shucks

Point of Law

  • Will Number 25 Be The Charm? – S. Todd Brown reviews and analyzes the latest developments in the seemingly endless Congoleum asbestos bankruptcy case.

WSJ Bankruptcy Beat

Creditslips.org

Going Concern

Above The Law

Bankruptcy Billables 8.19.09

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

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

Point of Law

  • Cramdown still lurking
  • Systemic Indifference (S. Todd Brown comments on reckless and indifferent collection practices of mortgage companies cited in a Huffington Post piece by Karen Weise.  Ties commentary into accuracy of claims process in bankruptcy cases, particularly asbestos cases.)

WSJ Bankruptcy Beat

Creditslips.org

Going Concern

Above The Law

NYLawyer.com (free registration required)

Law Shucks

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Strip #15 – AboveTheLaw

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

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-Bill & Struck

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