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  •   David is the first lawyer I call when one of my clients needs bankruptcy-related...

  • Howard is great! He is among the very penultimate best bankruptcy lawyers and bankruptcy trustees...

  • Howard Ehrenberg is an excellent lawyer, great problem solver, has really good people skills and...

  •   David is a consummate professional and one of the most brilliant attorneys I’ve ever...

  • Howard Ehrenberg is an excellent bankruptcy attorney and trustee. He employs his sound business sense...

  • Howard is one of the most respected and experienced bankruptcy attorneys and trustees in the...

  •   David Kupetz is a very effective insolvency lawyer who seeks to find the best...

  • I have worked with Howard on cases going back to the Queen Mary bankruptcy case...

  • I worked with Howard for over a decade and know him well. He is highly...

  • Howard is a well organized, competent, and ethical lawyer. It is a pleasure working with...

  • David is one of the preeminent restructuring attorneys in California. I selected him to prepare...

  • Disposing real estate as part of a bankruptcy liquidation deals with a lot of dynamic...

  • Howard is bright, capable and conscientious. He is detail oriented and attempts to look after...

  • Howard is and always has been extremely professional and regularly accessible and cooperative not only...

  • Few professional instill as much confidence as Howard when it comes to sorting through complex...

  • I have worked with Howard for over 15 years on various matters. He is a...

  • After many years of knowing David Kupetz, I finally had the opportunity to work with...

  •   I’ve known and worked with Howard over the years and have always found him...

  • Howard was my supervising attorney when I worked at Sulmeyer. He has a great work...

  • I have retained David on several occasions to assist us with debtor-creditor matters. David is...

  • I have personally known Howard for over 10 years and we have worked together on...

  • I worked with Howard on the bankruptcy case involving the Queen Mary in Long Beach....

  •   David is an excellent attorney for those landlords needing a value orientated consultant to...

  •   David Kupetz provided a calm, sure and steady hand in coordinating and directing a...

  •   David is one of the most competent and knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyers I have worked...

  •   I have known David for about 5 years and have drawn on his expertise...

  • Howard is an extremely diligent, prudent, honest, and efficient bankruptcy trustee and receiver. I have...

  •   I have worked with David for over 10 years and on over 30 different...

  • David has been a highly effective legal advisor for companies I have represented as financial...

  • I have worked with Howard Ehrenberg on cases going back to the Queen Mary bankruptcy...

  •     I have worked with Howard Ehrenberg for over 15 years on various matters....

  •   I have personally known Howard Ehrenberg for over 10 years and we have worked...

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Monthly News Archives: December 2015

Appeal from Stockton Plan Confirmation Dismissed as Equitably Moot: David Kupetz Authors Daily Journal Article

In the City of Stockton’s Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy case, Franklin Funds (Franklin) was the only major creditor group that didn’t negotiate a settlement with the city. Settlements were negotiated with other capital markets creditors (indenture trustees, bond insurers and bondholders), labor organizations, retirees, and the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS); these settlements were incorporated into Stockton’s plan of debt adjustment. Franklin objected …

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It’s Time to Re-Examine Student Loan Debt: Steven Werth Authors Daily Journal Article

In an article published in the Daily Journal, Attorney Steven Werth and Public Counsel Supervising Attorney Magdalena Bordeaux discuss the need for the Supreme Court to re-examine student loan debt dischargeability. Recently, a debtor in the Seventh Circuit filed a petition for writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court, in Tetzlaff v. Educational Credit Management Corporation, 794 F.3d 756 (7th Cir. July 22, 2015).  …

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Mark Horoupian and Victor Sahn Acquire Leases of Anna’s Linens Franchise On Behalf of FP Stores, Inc.

SulmeyerKupetz was retained by the owners of the Fallas Stores to represent the owners’ affiliate, FP Stores, Inc., with respect to its bid to acquire 41 leases of locations previously occupied by Anna’s Linens, a retailer of linens, household and related goods. Certain landlords, particularly those in highly desirable locations, objected to the proposed assumption and assignment of their leases to FP Stores, Inc. …

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The Changing Landscape of Student Loan Dischargeability: Steven Werth Publishes Article in Law360

Student loan debt in America has reached over $1 trillion, which exceeds the total amount of the nation’s credit card debt. Because of the relatively recent increase in student loan debt, more borrowers are looking to the Bankruptcy Code to see if their student loan debts can be discharged and the federal government has instituted a number of student loan repayment programs. In his …

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Employee-Related Litigation as the New Cause of Bankruptcy: Mark Horoupian Authors Employment Law Strategist Article

In the article “Employee-Related Litigation: The New Cause of Bankruptcy,” Partner Mark Horoupian discussed the consequences of employee-related charges to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for various types of discrimination. When these charges turn into civil litigation, the future of the defendant company may be at stake. This is particularly true if the defendant does not have Employment Practices Liabilities Insurance (EPLI). Companies …

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SulmeyerKupetz Successfully Assists the Club At Shenandoah Springs Village, Inc in Voluntarily Dismissing Chapter 11 Case

On November 17, 2015, the presiding bankruptcy court granted the request of The Club At Shenandoah Springs Village, Inc. to voluntarily dismiss its chapter 11 case, culminating a challenging chapter 11 case. With the assistance of SulmeyerKupetz, the Club successfully closed a sale of its sprawling retirement and golf community in Thousand Palms, California, populated by nearly 2,000 homeowners. The sale was the subject …

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