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Analyzing Bankruptcy Schedules—Looking Beyond The Obvious

10/30/2012
Gary M. Kaplan

Gary M. Kaplan, speaker, "Analyzing Bankruptcy Schedules—Looking Beyond The Obvious," Business Law Section of the State Bar of California Fall 2012 "How To" Boot Camp Series.

 

Tips from bankruptcy experts in reviewing the schedules and statements filed by debtors in bankruptcy, including determining potential payments to creditors and possible recoveries from litigation claims.

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Dan Cohn Named to Jewish Community Federation Board of Directors

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Ashley Breakfield Appointed to CREW Network Diversity & Inclusion Task Force

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Ryan Lowther provided commentary in a North Bay Business Journal article discussing banking and regulatory challenges facing the hemp industry. Read the full article, here .

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End of a Decade - Checklist for California Nonprofits

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It is an all-too-common dilemma. As phishing schemes have become more prevalent and more sophisticated, businesses of all sizes have fallen victim to these attacks where a fraudster will use a spoofed email or other...

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Is your company covered by California's new privacy law?

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Litigating Civil and Criminal Trade Secret Cases: Trends, Best Practices, and Lessons Learned

Trade secret litigation is on the rise, both civil litigation and follow-on criminal prosecution for trade secret theft. Companies are grappling with how to protect their valuable information and minimize risk in their technological...

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New California Housing Laws: AB 68 Accessory Dwelling Units

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