Bankruptcy Judge agrees with creditors that Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy should be in bankruptcy in order to better protect its creditors.

“This is a case that needs to exist,” U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Shelley Chapman

Jacoby & MeyersAccording to the Wall Street Journal on May 28, 2014, the Bankruptcy Judge agrees with creditors that Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy should be in bankruptcy in order to better protect its creditors.

“This is a case that needs to exist,” U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Shelley Chapman said during a Wednesday hearing in New York, over the objection of an attorney for Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy, who argued that a trustee put in place when the firm closed its doors in December has been doing an adequate job.

“Information more than anything else is needed here,” Judge Chapman said, adding that a request to move the case to Chicago also would be denied. Judge Chapman said she would wait to enter an official order putting the firm into bankruptcy until Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy had a chance to respond.

Even as it was formed in June 2012, Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy seemed to be planning for its closure.

Why would any lawyer set up a firm which is reality is disposable? Because they intend on rounding up as much money from clients as possible, then closing the doors.

The article goes on to say: “Even as it was formed in June 2012, Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy seemed to be planning for its closure. According to a copy of the firm’s operating agreement included in court filings, Mr. Macey could dissolve the firm at any time within two years of its creation. Jacoby & Meyers National, meanwhile, could only dissolve the operation for cause, defined as a violation of the operating agreement or violation of “laws or ethics sufficient to materially affect the practice of law.”

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Most of the Internet based services are really referral services to other attorneys who pay for each referral.  This is rarely going to lead them to a true professional who is committed to their clients and not to their own pocket book.  Of course, I advertise my own firm on the Internet, but I also offer each of my clients quality individual services, based on their personal needs.  A TV or “pay per click” Internet advertising firm cannot afford to offer quality because they need to run as many cattle (clients) through their offices of possible.  Many of the attorneys who work in these firms are often paid three to five times more than an attorney who works in a non-TV advertising type firm.  The reason?  Because an attorney who cares about quality and professionalism will not put up with the management policies of these types of firms.

 

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Last note – never contract with anyone who you do not meet in person.  Stay away from the Internet “law firms”.  You need an attorney you can meet with and is licensed in the state where you live.  Do not assume that a lawyer is licensed; check them out with the state bar where they are licensed.  Here is the link to the State Bar of Arizona.

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