Addressing the “B” Word: Bankruptcy

All companies experience adversity throughout their lifespan. And how they navigate those inevitable landmines will determine the longevity of the organization, as well as the financial success of the business. Some landmines a company might experience may include a...read more
A Bankruptcy worth Gawking About

A Bankruptcy worth Gawking About

On Friday, media giant Gawker filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, and will face the auction block in the wake of the $140 million jury judgment awarded to former wrestling phenomenon Hulk Hogan. This is not uncommon. Debtors, individuals and corporations alike, big and...read more
Banks, Bankruptcy, and You

Banks, Bankruptcy, and You

The major overtone of a recently published Charlotte Business Journal article on banks and living wills was related to the resolutions proposed by five of the largest major banking institutions in the country. As the article provided, two of the banks in our own...read more

Mecklenburg County Bar Features CLE

If you did not catch “Getting and Keeping the Clients You Want: Strategies for Bankruptcy, Business Criminal and Domestic Law Practices”, presented by attorneys Nicole Sodoma (Family Law), Heather Culp (Bankruptcy and Business Litigation), Leanor Hodge (NC State Bar),...read more

Trouble with Creditors? How Bankruptcy May Help.

When people file bankruptcy, the first question they often ask is “when will I start to see a benefit from this process?” It takes a little bit of work to get to the point where you can file bankruptcy. You have to gather all your bills, list your property and account...read more