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As Safe as Houses? Insolvency in the UK Hotels Sector

May 20, 2019

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Eva Holden, a senior associate in BCLP’s London Restructuring & Insolvency practice group and a member of BCLP’s Hospitality and Leisure  sector group, authorized this article on dealing with enforcement remedies against hotel operators in the April 2019 issue of Corporate Rescue & Insolvency.  A link to the article is here.

Eight Lessons for Your Practice from the Law of Canine Replevin (#5 Will Amaze You)

April 24, 2018

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Some years ago, a judge in New York wrote that “the reported cases for replevin of a pet dog are few, in part because of the legal expense involved in maintaining such an action.” Webb v. Papaspiridakos, 889 N.Y.S.2d 884 (Sup. Ct. 2009).  That statement was not entirely accurate then, for courts have dealt with canine replevin from time to time for decades.  But in the years since Webb was decided—all nine of them—the court’s statement has come to seem remarkably naïve.  A wave of replevin cases involving man’s best friend is upon us.  What has changed during this relatively short period?  Many people are saying that millennials own a lot more dogs today than they did in 2009.[1]  Disputing that theory would require a lot of research in a real library.  [Editors’ Note:  The Bankruptcy Cave does not subscribe to the theory that anything unpleasant may be blamed

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