November 6, 2010
A Third of Mortgages Missing
Personal Bankruptcies Continue to Rise
November 5, 2010
Gulfstream International Files for Bankruptcy Protection, Citing Fuel Prices and Lower Traffic
November 4, 2010
Bankruptcy Court Approves Claim Jumper Restaurants Sale
November 3, 2010
7th Annual Bankruptcy Ethics Symposium
7th ANNUAL BANKRUPTCY ETHICS SYMPOSIUM
December 3, 2010
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Registration 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Topics include: Current State of Attorney (Mis)Conduct in Bankruptcy; Attorney Compliance with Electronic Filing Requirements: Showing Cause; New and Different: State Bar Approved Ethics Rules Changes before the Supreme Court; A Behind the Scenes Look at a Disciplinary Proceeding, with a Bankruptcy Twist; An Ethics Conversation with Professor Judy Sloan and Michael L. Tuchin
Location: United States Trustee 341(a) Meeting Room
725 S. Figueroa St, Los Angeles
Cost: $20.00 FBA Members; $25 CDCBAA and LABF members; $35 non-members
Please RSVP by November 29th. At door registration is $45
Also, please note that applications are being accepted for a US Magistrate Judge in Santa Ana. Click here for flyer and application instructions. Closing Date 11/15/10.
and, The US District Court Central Division of California has adopted some revised local rules. Click here to see the changes to the Local Rules from the Clerk's Office.
ACORN Closes Its Last Door, Filing for Bankruptcy
November 2, 2010
Potential Ambac Bankruptcy Will Likely Affect Gold and Silver Markets
November 1, 2010
American Media, Publisher of National Enquirer, to File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection
Glendale Galleria Owner Plans to Exit Bankruptcy in November
October 31, 2010
Tribune Creditors File Three Reorganization Plans
"Three different groups of creditors to Tribune Co filed rival proposals for ending the newspaper publisher's near two-year stay in bankruptcy.
The three plans, which were filed Friday with Delaware's Bankruptcy Court, will compete for creditor support against the company's proposed plan.
Like the company's plan, the proposals allow for Tribune's businesses, such as the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune, to exit bankruptcy while creditors fight over how to apportion blame for its bankruptcy."