Forgoing Stalking Horse Bids For Private Sales

Daniel Eliades is quoted in a Law360 News article discussing potential investors opting for private sales versus a bankruptcy auction.

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New Jersey Bankruptcy Lawyers Foundation Names Charles Forman President

Charles M. Forman, a founding member of the firm, has been named President of the New Jersey Bankruptcy Lawyers Foundation (NJBLF).

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NJ Affordable Homes Corp. Ponzi Scheme: Trustee Recovery Efforts Continue

Judge Donald H. Steckroth has issued a 108-page decision upholding substantially all claims asserted in almost 600 proceedings.

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Asbury Festhalle Biergarden Receives Board Approval

Andrew Karas, representing restaurateurs aiming to build Asbury Park’s first rooftop restaurant, has successfully obtained a final stamp of approval on the project from the planning board.

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JCC Trustee Confirms Reorganization

Catherine E. Youngman, Chapter 11 trustee for the Jewish Community Center of Greater Monmouth County, successfully confirmed a Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.

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ATTORNEY SPOTLIGHT

Ground-Breaking Decision Regarding Equitable Distribution Claims Window

Ground-Breaking Decision Regarding Equitable Distribution Claims Window

Erin Kennedy successfully argued that a debtor’s spouse may assert an equitable distribution claim in a bankruptcy case, even if a judgment of divorce has not been entered.

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From the library

Authored by associate Michael R. Herz, an article published in the New Jersey Law Journal discusses risks attached to bankruptcy claims acquired in good faith. 

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