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Orange County bankruptcy attorney

Orange County bankruptcy lawyer

St. Petersburg Ramada Inn owner RAP Ventures files for bankruptcy
Jun 22, 2009
A St. Petersburg hotel in the midst of a foreclosure has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. RAP Ventures Inc., which owns the Ramada Inn on 5005 34th St. N., St. Petersburg, filed with the US Bankruptcy Court's Middle District of Florida ...



Isolagen bankruptcy moves forward
Jun 22, 2009
The US Bankruptcy Court in Delaware approved a motion by Isolagen Inc. for an interim order for its debtor-in-possession financing plan. Isolagen Inc. (AMEX:ILE), an Exton, Pa., biotechnology company developing a cellular therapy to treat wrinkles and ...



Protein Sciences, Vaccine Maker, Forced to Bankruptcy
Jun 22, 2009
By Michael Bathon June 22 (Bloomberg) -- Creditors of Protein Sciences Corp., which started making a vaccine to protect humans against the H1N1 influenza virus last week, filed a petition to force the company into bankruptcy to be liquidated to satisfy ...



State law contributes to state bankruptcy rates, new study says
Jun 22, 2009
By Laura Hancock People have long considered how a state's bankruptcy rate reflects the demographics of its residents, but a new study by two Brigham Young University economists found state law and state bankruptcy court norms also contribute to a ...Study: Bankruptcy rates reflect policy, not people EurekAlert (press release)all 8 news articles



3 firms owned by former NFL player Kosar have filed for bankruptcy
Jun 22, 2009
BY PATRICK DANNER Besides the personal bankruptcy petition Bernie Kosar filed Friday, three companies he owns or controls have filed for Chapter 11. KHOC LLC, BJK LLC and Mantua Land Co., which list their addresses as Kosar's Weston home, ...Former QB Kosar Files for Bankruptcy WebCPAall 2 news articles



RI slot parlor delaying bankruptcy court filing
Jun 22, 2009
By AP PROVIDENCE, RI - The owners of the Twin River slot parlor say they've decided to delay filing for bankruptcy - at least for now. Spokeswoman Patti Doyle told The Providence Journal that the Lincoln company was poised to file a petition for

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