Rogers Towers, P.A.
Size of Organization: 81
Year Established: 1905Web Site: http://www.rtlaw.com
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Rogers Towers has the depth, the breadth, and the conviction it takes to manage even your most complex legal matters with efficiency, professionalism and inexhaustible attention to detail. It's simply what we do.
The firm's clients include Fortune 500 companies, banking and financial institutions, small and growing businesses, local governments, developers, not-for-profit organizations, investor- and municipally-owned companies and other local interests.
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Discharging the Brunner Test: Student Loan Debt in Bankruptcy
Scott St. Amand,J. Ellsworth Summers, August 15, 2014
Twenty-seven years ago the Second Circuit was faced with a debtor who proposed to use the Bankruptcy Code to avoid her student loan debt - only five months after graduation. The Second Circuit came down harshly on Ms. Brunner and established an “undue hardship” test, which few debtors...
Usury in Florida: Are Late Fees Usurious?
Scott Jonathan Kennelly,Janet C. (Jacy) Owens, August 15, 2014
When borrowers default under the terms of their loans, lenders often, in accordance with the loan documents, can assess late fees against the borrower. When lenders assess late fees around the time of or after a loan matures or is accelerated, however, the imposition of late fees has the potential...
Detroit Bankruptcy Update: Restructuring the Restructuring Plan
Scott St. Amand,J. Ellsworth Summers, August 6, 2014
On Friday July 25, 2014, the City of Detroit released a revised restructuring plan that provides for a reserve fund that may enhance the recovery for certain classes of unsecured creditors. The plan also creates a post-bankruptcy “monitor” whose role and responsibility would be to...