Periodically during the summer, we are going to publish on Fridays more lighthearted pieces about bankruptcy topics. We like to think of these as “Bankruptcy Beach Reading.” Today’s piece features a decision by Judge Cristol, a bankruptcy judge in the Southern District of Florida. Although Judge Cristol is principally known as an avid pilot, who, among other things, flew missions for the U.S. Navy during the Korean conflict, this decision shows Judge Cristol’s literary side – at least in a Seussian kind of way.
If you have any suggestions for bankruptcy topics you’d like to see us discuss in our “Bankruptcy Beach Reading” pieces, please email us. We’d love to hear your suggestions.
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