May 26, 2006
Surprise! New Bankruptcy Law's Debt Relief Agency Provisions Should be Held Unconsititutional if Applied to Attorneys
NACBA, along with the Connecticut Bar Association, has filed suit in the Connecticut federal court to have the "debt relief agency" provisions of the new bankruptcy law held unconstitutional if they are applied to attorneys. The suit seeks a preliminary injunction prohibiting their application to attorneys, including all NACBA members.
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