Creditors' Rights Subcommittee MeetingElizabeth Bohn, Chair of the ABA Commercial Finance Creditor's Rights Subcommittee, moderated a panel discussion on "Hot Topics in Enforcing Loan Workout Agreements" at the ABA Business Law Section Meeting on April 5th, 2013. The panel discussed the nuts, bolts, best practices, and pitfalls involved in negotiating loan workout agreements.
Apr 9, 2013
Elizabeth Bohn Spoke at National Business Institute SeminarElizabeth Bohn spoke on Case Evaluation at a National Business Institute Seminar entitled "Protecting Creditors' Rights in Bankruptcy."
Dec 10, 2010
Elizabeth Bohn was recently published in the ABA Business Law: Banking Law Committee JournalElizabeth Bohn was published in an issue of ABA Business Law: Banking Law Committee Journal.
Bohn to discuss Anatomy of a Loan WorkoutBohn to discuss "Anatomy of a Loan Workout" at the ABA Annual Meeting.
Jul 30, 2009
Bohn to speak on two issues at upcoming ABA Business Law Section meetingBohn to discuss mortgage modification and bankruptcy issues at upcoming ABA Business Law Section meeting.
Apr 10, 2009
Refund Anticipation, Payday and Auto Title LoansFrank Burt, Farrokh Jhabvala, Jason Kairalla and Ari Gerstin author "Refund Anticipation, Payday and Auto Title Loans: A Survey of Fringe Banking Products".
Louisiana Court grants Jorden Burt's Motion to Dismiss statewide class action suitFarrokh Jhabvala and Ben Seessel obtained dismissal in the Eastern District of Louisiana of a state-wide class action that alleged "gross-vs-net" claims and attempted to hold an insurer liable for allegedly defective disclosures in related loan documents.
Changes to Truth in Lending Law Under the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005Elizabeth Bohn discusses "Changes to Truth in Lending Law Under the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005".
Consumer Debt Collection: FDCPA Traps for the UnwaryConsumer protection laws regulating debt collection practices are a complex minefield of potential liability for creditors and other debt collectors (ABI World, July/August 2005).
Supreme Court Expands Federal Jurisdiction Over Class ActionsThe Supreme Court has expanded federal jurisdiction over class actions. On June 23, in Exxon Mobil Corp. v. Allapattah Services, Inc., the Court decided that ...
The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005The long-awaited Bankruptcy Abuse Protection and Consumer Protection Act ("the Act") was signed by President Bush on April 20, 2005.
Courts Shift Position On Arbitration Clauses Precluding Punitive DamagesFederal courts appear to be changing their position as to who should decide whether the preclusion of punitive damages in an arbitration clause is for the court or...
Supreme Court Limits TILA Damages To $1,000The U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in Koons Buick limits TILA damages to $1,000 for loans secured by personal property...
Three Strikes and You're Not (Yet) Out in AlabamaShowing remarkable patience, the Alabama Supreme Court has given the Russell County Circuit Court a fourth chance to come up with a class certification order that will pass muster...
Supreme Court Rejects Claim Credit Card Over-Limit Charges Must Be Included In Finance ChargeIn a unanimous decision authored by Justice Thomas in Household Credit Services, Inc. v. Pfennig (Apr. 21, 2004), the Supreme Court has reversed the Sixth Circuit's decision...