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David Cox was selected to speak at a panel on Bankruptcy Options for the Small Business Debtor at the Virginia State Bar conference in June, 2010.
Proposed legislation in the U.S. Congress would change the rules for filing bankruptcy, and area attorneys say the changes would be for the worse. If passed, the legislation would force more debtors to file Chapter 13 bankruptcy as opposed …
David Cox selected to speak at the 23rd Annual Mid-Atlantic Institute on Bankruptcy and Reorganization Practice seminar
David Cox selected to speak at the 23rd Annual Mid-Atlantic Institute on Bankruptcy and Reorganization Practice seminar on Friday October 17, 2008, Charlottesville, VA. He will be will be discussing post-confirmation chapter 13 plan modification, challenging proofs of claim, and dealing with mortgage debt.
David Cox recently finished co-editing the treatise, Bankruptcy Practice in Virginia, available through Virginia CLE. This book helps answer questions such as how to save a business through a reorganization; what happens when you are pursuing an action on behalf of a creditor and the debtor files for bankruptcy protection; how to get relief from the automatic stay; and how to engage in pre-bankruptcy planning without getting your client (and yourself) into trouble with criminal statutes pertaining to the concealment of assets. It also provides an overview of the substantial changes the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA) made to the Bankruptcy Code.