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Professor Alexandra Sickler quoted as an expert: Small Business Bankruptcy Rules Offer Creditors a Boost, Too (1)

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Alexandra Sickler, Archie Unterseher Endowed Professor of Law, spent the past year as the academic reporter on a task force charged with evaluating bankruptcy relief for small businesses. Bloomberg Law April 23, 2024, 4:00 AM CDT; Updated: April 23, 2024, 10:56 AM CDT Evan Ochsner, Reporter Congress created Subchapter V to help small businesses New law is […]

Professor Alexandra Sickler wins American College of Consumer Financial Services’ Annual Writing Competition

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Professor Sickler’s article, Big Banks and Small Consequences in Chapter 13, has been selected as the winner in the American College of Consumer Financial Services’ Annual Writing Competition. Each year, the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers recognizes written contributions to the field of U.S. consumer financial services law.  Professor Sickler’s paper, published in […]

Professor Alexandra Sickler is quoted: Federal regulator investigating whether student-loan servicer is collecting on debt discharged in bankruptcy

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The CFPB asked for information from the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency about debt held by borrowers who have gone through bankruptcy Published: Oct. 12, 2023 at 1:11 p.m. ET By Jillian Berman A student-loan organization may be collecting on debt that should have been discharged in bankruptcy and is pushing back on the Consumer […]