Commercial & Bankruptcy Law Section
Nobody wants to file for bankruptcy, but there are some pros to doing so. Check out this post for a list of the good and the bad when it comes to declaring bankruptcy.
Chief Judge Robyn L. Moberly and Judge Jeffrey J. Graham will be relocating as of March 2, 2015. Please see this post for details.
There's an increasing amount of internet hack cases, so knowing where to start if you're an identity theft victim is important for everyone to know.
Senate Bill No. 56 will be up for a vote on Monday, February 9, 2015. Check out this post for more information about the bill's far-reaching implications in our area of law.
If you're new to commercial and bankruptcy law or considering moving into the field, check out this post for helpful information about a 341(a) Meeting of Creditors.
The purpose of the IndyBar Commercial & Bankruptcy Law section is to promote the objects of the Association within the field of bankruptcy and commercial law. The section regularly schedules and conducts educational programs for the members of the section and all members of the Association, monitors legislative and judicial developments relevant to bankruptcy and commercial law, forms liaison relationships with the judicial benches and relays all relevant information to members of the section.
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A Message from the Section Chair
“Welcome! As the chair of the IndyBar Commercial & Bankruptcy Law section, it is my pleasure to work with my fellow section executive committee members to plan and develop programming, services and resources that benefit local Indy practitioners. I encourage you to get involved with the section, and if you aren't currently a section member, to join the Commercial & Bankruptcy Law section.”
Terry Hall- 2015 Commercial & Bankruptcy Law Section Chair - Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
- Did you know? The Commercial & Bankruptcy Law section sponsors the IndyBar's Bankruptcy Legal Help Line, a free phone-in legal advice program held on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month. Members of the public can call 317-269-1910 from noon to 1 p.m. to take advantage of this program.