May 2008 Bankruptcy Top Blawgs

  1. Covers bankruptcy, chapter 7, chapter 13, credit reports, foreclosures, and asset protection.
  2. Resource for Georgia Bankruptcy cases and updates. By Scott B. Riddle.
  3. Covers bankruptcy planning, creditor rights, fraudulent conveyances, homestead protections and offshore planning. By Jonathan Alper.
  4. Covers Georgia bankruptcy. By Jonathan Ginsberg.
  5. By Jordan E. Bublick.
  6. Discusses credit and bankruptcy. By Professors Bob Lawless, Angela Littwin, Katie Porter, John Pottow, Deborah Thorne and Elizabeth Warren.
  7. Covers the BAPCPA, bankruptcy, circuit splits, code statutory interpretation, and recent case law developments. By the Coleman Law Firm.
  8. Covers bankruptcy, consumer debt and finance law with a focus on California law. By Scott Sagaria.
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  10. Covers business bankruptcy issues and developments. From Cooley Godward Kronish LLP's Bob Eisenbach.
  11. Covers news, commentary and analysis on bankruptcy fraud. By Wayne D. Holly.
  12. Features bankruptcy opinions from around the country. By Rachel Lynn Foley.
  13. Provides legal tips for businesses and consumers in California. By Carl H. Starrett.
  14. Covers insolvency and corporat restructuring in the UK, Europe, cross-border and beyond. By Mercer & Hole.
  15. Covers employment law and bankruptcy.
  16. Offers up-to-date information on bankruptcy, reorganization and creditors' rights. By Sheppard Mullin.
  17. Covers law topics such as Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, DUI Defense, Bankruptcy, and Products Liability. By B. Joseph Davis.
  18. Covers bankruptcy from a creditor's point of view, focusing on developments in California and the Ninth Circuit. By Dean T. Kirby, Jr.
  19. Covers bankruptcy fiilng, bankruptcy means test, student loans, credit counseling, and debtor education.
  20. Covers governance in higher education and in law firms, bankruptcy ethics, popular culture and the law, Enron and other corporate fiascos, and professional responsibility generally. By Nancy Rapoport, a law professor at UNLV's Boyd School of Law.