The American Board of Certification is the nation's premier legal specialty certification organization - certifying attorneys as specialists in business bankruptcy, consumer bankruptcy and creditors' rights law.
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You expect certification from your doctor - expect it from your lawyer too. Board Certification means that the certified attorney has met rigorous, objective standards and has demonstrated knowledge in bankruptcy and/or creditors' rights law.
ABC certification provides an objective standard that assists the public in making informed decisions in choosing counsel. Additionally, ABC certification encourages attorneys to strive toward excellence, and recognizes those attorneys who have met ABC's rigorous standards.
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To understand who an “assisted person” is and what that term’s impact is, one must first understand the term’s relationship to a “debt relief agency.” “In 2005, Congress enacted the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (the BAPCPA), Pub.L. No. 109–8, 119 Stat. 23 (2005).” Hersh v. U.S. ex rel. Mukasey, 553 F.3d 743, […]
The Bankruptcy Code lists various types of entities which are defined as a “corporation.” These include: association having a power or privilege that a private corporation, but not an individual or a partnership, possesses; partnership association organized under a law that makes only the capital subscribed responsible for the debts of such association; joint-stock company; […]
Stewart Spielman became a member of the American Board of Certification in March 2016. When asked why he sought board certification, Stewart answered “I saw it as an opportunity to independently confirm my business bankruptcy expertise to clients and others in the firm. In addition, it allows me to more meaningfully compete for significant representations […]
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