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Employment claim left off of bankruptcy filing may have been inadvertent

2013 BKRDBRF 3215By Aaron RolloffWESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Employment claim left off of bankruptcy filing may have been inadvertent

2013 BKRDBRF 3215By Aaron RolloffWESTLAW Bankruptcy Daily Briefing (Approx. 2 pages)

Employment claim left off of bankruptcy filing may have been inadvertent

(July 26, 2013) - A debtor whose employment discrimination lawsuit was tossed because she had failed to mention the pending suit in her bankruptcy petition may be able to revive the claim if she can show the omission was inadvertent, a federal...
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