Bankruptcy

Getting Out of Debt Is Easier Than You Think: Bankruptcy Basics

Bridget K. Dorney, Esq. wrote an article titled “Getting Out of Debt Is Easier Than You Think: Bankruptcy Basics”, which appears in the July/August 2013 Edition of The Monmouth County Woman publication.  In this article, Ms. Dorney provides insight  on  how someone might go about filing a bankruptcy claim; the differences in Chapter 11 and […]

Fending Off the Appointment of a Receiver

Joshua S. Bauchner, Esq. recently published an article in the July 1, 2013 edition of the New Jersey Law Journal entitled “Fending off the Appointment of a Receiver.”  In today’s stressful economic climate, commercial property owners often are the victims of their tenant’s problems.  While a national tenant may file for bankruptcy with the expectation of […]

Bankruptcy Trustee’s Avoidance Rights Are Nearly Limitless

Joshua S. Bauchner, Esq. recently published an article in the national online journal, Law360, entitled “Bankruptcy Trustee’s Avoidance Rights Are Nearly Limitless”  The article addresses Section 550 of the Bankruptcy Code which applies where the trustee, having already avoided a transfer of some property, seeks to recover that property. Under those circumstances, the recovery must be “for the benefit of […]

Spotlight on Section 550 of the Bankruptcy Code

Joshua S. Bauchner, Esq. recently published an article in the national online journal, Law360, entitled “Spotlight on Section 550 of the Bankruptcy Code.”  The article addresses the “benefit of the estate” language of section 550 of the Bankruptcy Code which informs and guides most bankruptcy practice. It permits the trustee to recover property from a transfer avoided pursuant to sections […]