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DLG Files More Chapter 11’s in the Eastern District of Kentucky Than All Other Firms Combined; Bankruptcy Filings Down Locally and Nationwide

February 6, 2013
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Nationwide, the American Bankruptcy Institute reports that total bankruptcy filings were down 14 percent in calendar year 2012; commercial filings were down 22 percent.  The 2012 filings were the lowest total since the financial crisis of 2008.  Chapter 11 filings decreased 10 percent from the filings in 2011 […]

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What To Do When A Commercial Tenant Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

February 4, 2013
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1) Assess whether the lease has terminated prior to the filing.  A tenant in bankruptcy can only assume an unexpired lease.  If the lease terminated prior to the bankruptcy, the lease is not property of the bankruptcy estate and cannot be assumed or rejected by the […]

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Can A Non-Profit File Bankruptcy? Should It?

February 1, 2013
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Non-profit organizations are businesses, too.  They simply don’t have a profit motive or shareholders.  And they often make our world a better place by assisting those in need, adding culture to our society and in many other ways. Orchestras are a recent example of organizations that […]

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Getting Started – Number 5

January 30, 2013
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Thanks for following this series about why we ask for so much information from our clients, and what we do with it!  We know our business clients are put off by how much information we ask for.  We ask for it to help focus on what’s important […]

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