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December 2017 Archives

Advertising blunders that cost well-known companies millions

Regardless of the type of business you run here in California, you need to get your name out there in order to draw in customers. This makes marketing and advertising a vital part of nearly every business since word of mouth alone may not be enough to expand your customer base and make your business a success.

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Reorganization Provides Debt Relief to Corporations

chapter-11.jpgThe United States Bankruptcy Code, which organizes types of bankruptcy into different chapters, offers debt relief to both individuals and corporate entities. If you are individual in need of debt relief, the "liquidation" of non-exempt property facilitate by chapter 7 bankruptcy may be the most sensible option. If it is your corporate entity, whether a corporation, partnership, or other entity, rather than yourself as an individual separate from your business, chapter 11 bankruptcy may be the more prudent choice - especially if it is your intention to remain in business following the bankruptcy process. In determining which chapter of bankruptcy is most appropriate and beneficial, whether as in individual or corporate entity, consult with an experienced San Jose bankruptcy attorney.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Is an Option for Individuals Seeking Debt Relief

chapter-7.jpgDebt Relief. Thinking about bankruptcy in such terms is the first step in no longer allowing any information gap-related anxiety from getting in the way of educating yourself about bankruptcy. Chapter 7, like other types of bankruptcy, is about relief. In bankruptcy's chapter 7 form, this relief is in the form of liquidation. Chapter 7 liquidation, as spelled out in the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, is "the sale of a debtor's nonexempt property and the distribution of the proceeds to creditors." When focusing on the positive, on relief, the words "nonexempt property" should jump out.

False harassment claims can devastate your career

Recent news is full of allegations of sexual harassment and worse, and powerful men seem to be losing their jobs, their reputations and millions in settlement money rather quickly after accusations become public. While it is unclear to outsiders the exact nature or level of some of these alleged acts, you may be concerned about your future if you are also facing such claims.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Allows Debtors to Retain Property

chapter-13.jpgThe number 13 in Chapter 13 bankruptcy may seem like a bad harbinger, but don't be scared off; Chapter 13 bankruptcy is there to help you keep your property while paying off debts over time. Importantly, Chapter 13 is distinct from other types of bankruptcy (all organized into "chapters"). For individuals seeking to liquidate all but non-exempt property and use the proceeds to pay creditors, Chapter 7 is a sensible option. For a business seeking to reorganize and remain in business by crafting a new payment plan and timeline, Chapter 11 may be prudent. The purpose of this article is to explain the basics of Chapter 13 bankruptcy. In choosing the chapter that is right for you, whether as an individual or business, consult with an experienced San Jose bankruptcy law attorney.

Asserting Your Rights as a Creditor When a Debtor Files for Bankruptcy

creditor rights.jpgJust as debtors have legal rights in the bankruptcy process, so do creditors. The specific rights depend on whether a given debt is secured or unsecured, and the priority of the debt relative to debts owed to other creditors. Working with an experienced creditors' rights bankruptcy attorney, you - the creditor - can ascertain your exact legal rights even as a debtor liquidates assets in Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a business reorganizes debt via Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

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