Douglas Gooding and Sean Monahan on Lessons for Debtor's Counsel in Law360

Bankruptcy Law360

 | March 6, 2013

 | Douglas Gooding and Sean Monahan

View "Debtor's Counsel, Be Careful Who You Help"

 

Douglas Gooding and Sean Monahan co-wrote “Debtor’s Counsel, Be Careful Who You Help” in Bankruptcy Law360, where they discuss the importance of full and accurate disclosure of relationships with others involved in a bankruptcy case, and remind debtor’s counsel to be particularly vigilant and continually reassess prior disclosures to avoid penalties.  This also appeared in the New York section of Law360

 

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