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New Bankruptcy Rules in Effect

Posted In Bankruptcy

Amendments to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure brought important changes to the administration of consumer bankruptcy cases, particularly Chapter 13 cases, effective on December 1st of 2017. These new rules require adjustment to the calendaring of the due date for a proof of claim. The most prominent rule changes are a new proof of claim bar date tied to the date of the bankruptcy filing, a requirement that secured creditors file a proof of claim, the required use of a Model Chapter 13 Plan, deadlines regarding plan confirmation, and methods by which courts can determine the amounts of secured claims. More >

How to Keep Recreational Pilots Droning On and On

You’d probably never guess that something you can pick up for your kid from Toys ‘R’ Us on your way home could be the center of a swarm of complex legal issues and a growing regulatory scheme. Welcome to the new world of drones, a world where everyone from the FAA to the local police is struggling to adapt to the challenges posed by the ability of anyone and everyone to purchase what is essentially a flying robot capable of doing everything from spying on the neighbor’s kids to interfering with commercial air traffic. Those challenges are being met with cold, hard law and regulation, so drone operators must understand the growing and serious set of legal rules that come with buying that new drone. More >

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