Sullivan Hill’s Elizabeth Stephens was interviewed by the Las Vegas Review Journal for their article titled, ‘Torrent of Bankruptcy Filings’ Expected as Rent Comes Due for Thousands. The article discusses the anticipated flood of bankruptcy filings after the CARES Act expires in December 2020, the increase of Chapter 11 filings, and how the number of personal bankruptcy filings under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 have surprisingly dropped since March 2020. The article also gives the perspectives of several bankruptcy attorneys in Nevada, including Ms. Stephens, as to why the types of filings have increased or decreased and what they expect come January 2021.
“(It) poured $2.2 trillion into the economy,’ [Ms. Stephens] said, adding she expects to see ‘a torrent of bankruptcy filings’ after CARES Act protections like additional unemployment benefits and other federal provisions such as the federal eviction moratorium expire Dec. 31.”
For more information, contact Ms. Stephens at email@example.com.
Ms. Stephens serves as managing attorney of Sullivan Hill’s Las Vegas office. She practices in the area of insolvency and bankruptcy, primarily representing trustees and creditors in consumer bankruptcies. She is also an experienced appellate lawyer.
About Sullivan Hill:
Sullivan Hill has provided efficient, aggressive and responsive legal representation for more than 50 years. The firm provides full service representation to clients in a variety of industries with an emphasis in insolvency, construction disputes, insurance coverage, real estate, business disputes, civil litigation, and transactional work. The firm has offices in San Diego and Las Vegas.