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Detroit’s DIA Thriving – Attendance Up Since Bankruptcy Filing
In a previous post, I wondered if attendance was up at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) since news of Detroit’s bankruptcy filing broke. Indeed, according to a recent report, attendance has doubled over the last year with nearly 600,000 visitors coming to the museum to see firsthand the renowned collection.
United States
12 Mar 2014
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Detroit's Financial Woes Jeopardize City's Renowned Art Collection
Last month, facing the filing of a chapter 9 bankruptcy, Kevyn Orr, emergency manager for the city of Detroit, indicated that the renowned art collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts is an asset that could be liquidated to satisfy the city’s crippling debt.
United States
20 Jun 2013
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Fee Requests For Standard Compensation by Debtor's Counsel In 13 Cases: Presumed Reasonable Absent Certain Circumstances
A recent U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit decision considered whether a request for compensation submitted by a chapter 13 debtor’s counsel under the standard compensation scheme set forth in the court’s local rules (i.e., "no-look" fees) may be reduced on the basis that such fees are unreasonable for the services provided.
United States
2 Apr 2013
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