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Lugenbuhl Updates: CARES Act Modifications to the Subchapter V Small Business Debtor Bankruptcy Provisions of the Bankruptcy Code

A tsunami of bankruptcy filings by distressed companies and individuals will likely occur in the coming months. As a result of the Small Business Reorganization Act which came into effect in February 2020 and the recently enacted CARES Act, a sizable portion of those new bankruptcy cases may be individuals and small businesses taking advantage of the new subchapter V of the Bankruptcy Code to make those bankruptcy cases cheaper, easier, and faster. Attached is an update regarding the Small Business Reorganization Act and the temporary modifications to that Act included in the CARES Act.

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Destinee Ramos and Coleman Torrans Admitted to the Tulane Inn of Court

The Tulane Inn of Court is one of the four New Orleans Inns associated with the American Inns of Court, an association of lawyers, judges and other legal professionals from all levels and backgrounds who share a passion for professional excellence.

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Lugenbuhl Welcomes Three Associates to New Orleans Office

New associates Lorin Scott, Coleman Torrans and Ryan Tucker have joined the firm's New Orleans headquarters.

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Bankruptcy Insights: The Small Business Reorganization Act

Contributed by Coleman Torrans, our latest blog post discusses the SBRA and its implications for small businesses.

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