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Month: January 2013

Bruce Weiner To Teach CLE Course On Bankruptcy

Partner and bankruptcy lawyer Brooklyn Bruce Weiner will participate in a CLE (continuing legal education) teaching panel on Basic Bankruptcy for attorneys on Jan. 29th 2013 at the New York County Lawyers Association, 14 Vesey Street, NY, NY 10007. The course is co-sponsored by Lawline who will be offering a webcast of the event. The …

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The CFPB Student Loan Ombudsman’s Report Describes Private Student Loan Servicers’ Worst Practices

Although most recent news about student loans has revolved around the changes to the Income-Based Repayment plan and the process for obtaining a hardship discharge for federal student loans, one item that may not have gotten as much press as it deserved was the Consume Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB’s) ombudsman’s report on private student loan …

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Strategies for Preventing Repossession of Your Vehicle

Repossession agents (“Repo Men”) have unusually dangerous jobs. In fact the Repo Times (yes, there is an online publication dedicated to repossession news) has an entire “News” section that reports on the various incidents involving people attacking repossession agents. So, it’s important to remember that these are just people doing their jobs. They may be …

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How to Ensure Super-Storm Sandy Doesn’t Throw You Into Bankruptcy

Just last week Governor Cuomo went to the national capital asking for $42 billion from the federal government: $32.8 billion to clean up the damage caused by tropical storm Sandy and the remaining $9 billion to help the state prepare for the next disaster. The Huffington Post itemizes the governor’s proposal, and if you do …

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