Court Rejects “Certainty of Hopelessness” Standard for Discharging Student Debt
January 8, 2020 | James P. Lagios | Stuart I. Gordon | Matthew V. Spero | Bankruptcy | Banking
Hon. Cecelia G. Morris, Chief Judge of United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, put down a momentous decision on January 7, 2020, granting summary judgment in favor of a debtor in an adversary proceeding seeking to have $221,385.49 in student loan debt declared dischargeable in bankruptcy. See, Rosenberg v. N.Y. …
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Heller Published in Pratt’s Banking Law Journal
January 14, 2019 | Banking
Michael Heller’s article, “New York’s Mortgage Tax Rules Burden Banks and Borrowers. But There’s a Solution” was published in Pratt’s Banking Law Journal. Click here to read the article. …
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Feb. 15 Deadline Looms for NY’s Banking, Insurance and Financial Services Industries
January 31, 2018 | Shari Claire Lewis | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law | Insurance Coverage | Banking
New York based bank, insurance and financial service businesses face a February 15, 2018 deadline to submit their compliance certification to the State’s Department of Financial Services (DFS). New York’s Cybersecurity Regulation (23 NYCRR Part 500) was issued by DFS last March – the first such state regulation in the nation. The Regulation includes various …
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