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April 2016 Archives

What Is Preference Litigation

preference litigation.jpgPreference litigation refers to a lawsuit that has been filed by a debtor party, or a bankruptcy trustee, in an attempt to seek the return of payments made by the debtor company before it entered bankruptcy. Facing preference litigation is often extremely frustrating for creditors. If you are dealing with a preference claim, contact an experienced San Jose creditors' rights lawyer for immediate legal help.

Legal Options for Workplace Sexual Harassment Victims

sexual harassment.jpgSexual harassment is on the rise in workplaces across the country. According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), there were more than 26,027 formally lodged cases in 2014.

Is Bankruptcy the Right Choice?

personal bankruptcy.jpgLife happens. Sometimes we get behind in paying a bill or two. No one is perfect 100 percent of the time. All too easily can we fall into the slippery slope of debt, which for many is becoming increasingly difficult to climb out of. When does a minor slip-up cross over into the realm of impossibilities? When is the right time, if ever, to file for bankruptcy? While missing a payment here and there is forgivable, sometimes due to unforeseen circumstances, catching up is just out of reach and bankruptcy is the only option.

Am I Personally Liable for the Debts of My Business and Can Business Bankruptcy Help?

debt.jpgMany business owners whose businesses have gotten into financial trouble wonder if they can be held personally liable for the debts incurred by their business. In addition, they are often concerned that filing for a business bankruptcy will affect their personal finances. Whether a business owner will be held liable or affected by a business bankruptcy depends on a number of factors, some of which are discussed below.