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Is Bankruptcy wrong? An issue that often surrounds bankruptcy is whether filing for bankruptcy is morally wrong. People consider their moral compass. Life happens. Society weighs on. There are moral and ethical rules that created our system of bankruptcy, yet
Continue Reading Addressing the moral and ethical pitfalls of filing for bankruptcy (Is bankruptcy wrong?)

St. Pete Bankruptcy Attorney Kristina Feher published her article on Florida’s New Summary Judgment Standard. The article can be found in the Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association Cramdown. The article, featured in the Summer 2021 edition, discusses Florida’s New Summary
Continue Reading St. Pete Bankruptcy Attorney Kristina Feher publishes article on Florida’s New Summary Judgment Standard

bankruptcy and actual fraudMy article was recently published in the Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association’s Cramdown Newsletter. My article reviews the United State Supreme Court case of Husky International Electronics, Inc. v. Ritz, and whether “actual fraud” requires a false
Continue Reading Understanding “actual fraud” in bankruptcy cases as discussed in the 2016 United States Supreme Court case of Husky Intern. Electronics, Inc. v. Ritz