Blogs & Blog Posts on Bankruptcy in Minnesota



Blogs on "Bankruptcy"

Wolves at Last Resort's Door
Musings of Minnesota bankruptcy attorney Dave Kelly. A debt relief agency,...

Blog Posts on Bankruptcy

Chevy Silverado Super Bowl Ad by DuetsBlog on Feb 6, 2012 in Advertising, Branding, Fair Use, False Advertising, Food, Loss of Rights, Marketing, Television, Trademarks, Bankruptcy, Big Boy, Chevrolet, Chevy, Ford, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, GM, Hostess, Hostess Brands, Legal Clearance, Nominative Fair Use, Permission, Product Placement, Super Bowl, Super Bowl Advertising, Trademark Clearance, Trademark Fair Use, TwinkiesAbsorbing all the television commercials in between football action on the field can be as much fun on Super Bowl Sunday as the actual game itself, at least for trademark and marketing types, especially when your favorite team isn’t even on the...



Famous Musician Bankruptcies: From Millions To Broke – Toni Braxton by Bible Money Matters on May 27, 2011 in debt, bankruptcy, celebritiesSix time Grammy award winner Toni Braxton filed for bankruptcy last year, for the second time. Here's a look at how she dug herself a 50 million dollar hole.



Bankruptcy court NOT shutting down -at least not for now by Wolves at Last Resort's Door on Apr 8, 2011 in bankruptcy, chapter 13, chapter 7I've been concerned all week over what to expect with the anticipated federal government shut down. The bankruptcy court is federal, so this shut down could affect me and my clients in a very direct way.I went on line and tried to research it a bit...



Stopping Garnishment by filing a Bankruptcy by Wolves at Last Resort's Door on Nov 18, 2010 in bankruptcy, chapter 13, chapter 7A lot of people have had their bank accounts garnished this week. My phone has been buzzing about it. I think the law firm of Messerli and Kramer must have been cleaning up their garnishment backlog over this past weekend or something. So now I am...



Tom Emmer tries to spin failure as business experience by MN Progressive Project on Aug 30, 2010 in failure, bankruptcy, business, Tom Emmer, MN-Gov, 2010 electionRepublican MN-GOV candidate Tom Emmer wants Minnesotans to believe that he has the business experience necessary to run this state.  He frames his philosophy in terms of high taxes and regulatory burdens are hurting businesses.  Then there'...



At home in MN...or not. by MN Progressive Project on Jul 11, 2010 in MN homelessness, unemployment, poverty, bankruptcy, MN coalition for homelessness, Wilder research study 2010, federal program to end homelessnessSaturday afternoon errands in my local mall-i-verse this weekend revealed something I found personally sobering: a self-declared "Homeless" panhandler at every-I mean every, major intersection within about a 3 mile radius.  This isn't something...



Online Video Company Files For Bankruptcy by Small Business Mavericks on Feb 12, 2010 in Small Business Internet Marketing, bankruptcy, online video, VeohUnder Chapter 7 bankruptcy law, a company can sell off its assets and use the money to pay its creditors. The creditors may not get all that is due them, but they do get something. The company gets debt relief. That is the situation for online video...



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