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Broken Records: It’s About Bankruptcy Relief, Stupid

Jonathan Lipson

Herbert Kohn Professor of Law, Temple Law School (2012-Present). Previously Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, professor at Temple (2004-2010) and University of Baltimore (1999-2004) law schools. Before that, a lawyer in Boston and New York.

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2 Responses

  1. C Smith says:

    The standard approach is the military phonetic alphabet.

    These “Alpha Hotels” with their giant “Charlie Foxtrot” have us all saying: “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot”?

  2. Frank says:

    If they get away with opposing relief to broke, needy, and deserving homeowners (a type of individualized determination bankruptcy judges are suited to make), while preserving their own chance to buy second and third homes and yachts, we will truly be a kleptocracy.

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