CARES act stimulus bill and bankruptcy in Pennsylvania

How the CARES Act Impacts Bankruptcy Filers

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government passed the “Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act” (aka the “CARES Act”) into law with provisions to provide financially distressed consumers and small businesses greater access to bankruptcy relief.  Key provisions within the CARES Act • Amending the definition of “income” in the Bankruptcy Code for…

Hostess Emerges from Bankruptcy

While those of us in Tastycake country may not have felt the same impact as the rest of the world when Hostess Brands company declared bankruptcy in 2012, there is good news coming for everyone who likes to snack on a Twinkie from time to time. The company has pulled itself out of financial ruin…

Big Name Retailers Not Immune From Bankruptcy

When you think of businesses filing for bankruptcy, you may likely think of small, family-owned boutiques and small businesses that could not compete with big name retailers. However, large corporations are certainly not immune from financial troubles, especially in this changing economic climate, and many large companies in and around New Jersey have filed for…

Major Retailers Filing for Bankruptcy

What you Should Know as a Landlord While the year is not even halfway over, many major national retailers have already filed for bankruptcy in 2016. Some of the more familiar names involved in this corporate bankruptcy trend include Aeropostale, Sports Authority, PacSun, Fairway Market, and Vestis Retail Group, which operates chains Sport Chalet, Bob’s…

Scholarship Opportunity

St. Thomas More Award 2015-2016 – Sponsored by Mr. Michael Siddons, Esq. Involvement in the community is an important part of my practice, as such, I am sponsoring a scholarship award for the 2015-2016 school year. $500 tuition assistance scholarship awarded to a Christ the Teacher Student Year 1: Preference given to a student in…