Correlating Commercial Real Estate and Bankruptcy Trends
Is the U.S. commercial real estate market in a bubble about to burst? Several financial market analysts would answer this question with a yes, it’s more likely than not that the sector...Read More
How Will Bankruptcy Courts Shape Crypto Regulation?
Creditors have been waiting with bated breath to see how the courts will decide key questions such as how will the tussle between the US courts and the Bahamian authorities play out; what...Read More
Cryptocurrency and Bankruptcy –The Unknown Frontier
Currencies have evolved since the introduction of global blockchain technology twenty years ago. Blockchain is a complex technology that powers the creation of cryptocurrencies like...Read More
Rising Interest Rates and Restructuring Predictions
In an effort to combat inflation, the Federal Reserve (Fed) is raising interest rates. Inflation is a decrease in the purchasing power of our money which causes prices to increase in...Read More
Where to Next? Travel and Bankruptcy Predictions Remain Foggy
There is no argument that throughout the pandemic, travel has been one of the hardest hit industries. Domestic and international restrictions, capacity limitations, cancelled events...Read More
Pandemic Bankruptcy Battles: Looking Back and Beyond
Most government aid has ceased or is winding down, and rising inflation and tightening monetary policies will threaten some companies’ ability to remain financially strong. This allows...Read More
Healthcare Organizations and Bankruptcy: Is Telemedicine the Savior?
The healthcare industry has been under financial stress for years, with a record-setting number of bankruptcy filings in 2018. High filing numbers continued into 2019 and 2020, as effects...Read More
The Future of Student Loans and Bankruptcy – Is There a Bubble Waiting to Burst?
In March 2021, the U.S. Department of Education noted that student loan borrowers owed $1.6 trillion federal and private loans. For many, loans are the only option to attend a U.S...Read More
The Future of Subchapter V: Navigating the Pandemic and Beyond
Bankruptcy courts have had an increase in activity since the COVID-19 pandemic struck, especially for small businesses facing financial challenges. The Small Business Reorganization Act...Read More
When Mass Tort Meets Bankruptcy
Mass tort actions are large and complicated matters generally involving a wide cross section of plaintiffs with varying degrees of harm caused by a product or substance. Cases involving...Read More
Say Farewell to 2020 with Your Favorite Blogs
2020 has been a year like no other, and through our blog, the Epiq Angle, we have explored many new topics to help you keep up with the changes that COVID-19 has thrust upon us. Every...Read More