Creditors’ Rights, Financial Restructuring, and Bankruptcy

Creditors’ Rights, Financial Restructuring, and Bankruptcy
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  • McGlinchey Grows Northeast Presence with Boston, New York Hires

    McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce the hires of three attorneys in the firm’s Northeast offices in October. Joining the Consumer Financial Services Litigation and Commercial Litigation practice groups are Jack I. Siegal (Member/Partner) and Jameson Pasek (Associate) in Boston, and Asher A. Klein (Of Counsel) in New York City.

  • 2020 Emerging Issues in Alabama Banking Law

    Please register and plan to join us virtually on Tuesday, December 8, 2020 for McGlinchey’s 2nd Annual “Emerging Issues in Banking Law” CLE event, laser-focused on topics of interest to Alabama lawyers who work within banks.

  • 53 McGlinchey Practice Areas recognized in U.S. News – Best Lawyers® 2021 “Best Law Firms”

    McGlinchey Stafford PLLC is pleased to announce three national practice group rankings and 50 metropolitan practice area rankings (up from 47 in 2020) in the 2021 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms.” The firm received a National Tier 2 ranking in Financial Services Regulation Law, as well as National Tier 3More

  • What Bankruptcy Judges Really Think of Your Contract Clauses

    Manuel Farach (Fort Lauderdale) co-authored a paper and presentation titled “What Bankruptcy Judges Really Think of Your Contract Clauses” for the American College of Real Estate Lawyers (ACREL) Virtual Annual Meeting October 6-9, 2020. The paper provided analysis and discussion of the treatment by bankruptcy judges inside of a bankruptcy case of a select numberMore

  • Has the FDCPA’s Scope Been Expanded?

    What debts are subject to the protections of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act? A recent decision from the Fifth Circuit expands a creditor’s potential liability in the collection of any “transaction” even if the “transaction” does not meet the ordinary interpretation of a “debt.”

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