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Pier 1 Bankruptcy Court Abates Payment of Post-petition Rent due to Pandemic

Like other national retailers, Pier 1 Imports filed for bankruptcy in March, hoping to sell its assets and to liquidate under-performing locations. Then the Covid19 Pandemic hit the U.S. with its full force, causing mandatory stay at home orders in a… Read More
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New Mexico Court Orders SBA to Make PPP Funds Available to Chapter 11 Debtor

Today the Bankruptcy Court in New Mexico (In re Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, 18-13027 (Bankr. D. N.M.) ordered the SBA to make PPP funds available to a chapter 11 debtor and stated that if the debtor does not get the funds, t… Read More
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Are CARES Act Payments Exempt ?

Under the heading of “one hand giveth and one hand taketh away”, attorneys have mused about the possibility that creditors could garnish payments to individuals and corporations that receive benefits under the CARES Act. This concern is p… Read More
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