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News / 6 May 2022

Attorney Monette Cope Now Licensed to Practice in Maine

Weltman is thrilled to announce that Monette Cope was recently admitted to practice in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine.
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News / 6 August 2020

Weltman Attorney Named Chair to Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association's CMBA Bankruptcy Commercial Law Section

Weltman pleased to announce attorney Milos Gvozdenovic has been named chair of the Bankruptcy & Commercial Law Section of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA).
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Alerts

Alerts / 18 February 2022

The CARES Act: Bankruptcy Provisions Set to Expire

On March 27, 2020, The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Act (CARES Act) was signed in response to the economic downturn in the United States from the COVID-19 pandemic. The CARES Act had a number of temporary bankruptcy provisions with a specific sunset date as to when the provisions would expire.
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Alerts / 27 October 2021

Bankruptcy Procedure 9036 Amendment: Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing Enrollment Requirements

The United States Supreme Court and United States Congress have amended Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 9036 to require certain recipients of paper bankruptcy notices to switch to electronic noticing effective December 1, 2021.
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Insights

Insights / 2 June 2022

Everything You Need to Know About Motor Vehicle Loans & Bankruptcy

With COVID-19 government relief running its course, consumers and companies alike are seeking debt relief via bankruptcy again. In fact, bankruptcy rates are creeping back up and all signs point toward a steady spike in filings.
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Insights / 7 March 2022

Motor Vehicle Loans & Bankruptcy: Your Top Questions, Answered

If you are a creditor in the automotive space, you can't afford to take a back seat when it comes to bankruptcy law. With chapter 13 filings on the rise, you will likely face a flurry of debtors who fail to make payments or default on their auto loans.
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