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Michigan Unemployment Fraud Claims Non-Dischargeable in Bankruptcy

Michigan Unemployment Fraud Claims Non-Dischargeable in Bankruptcy

Eastern District Federal Court Swats Aside Appeal of Bankruptcy Court Ruling Can the "penalties" portion of a State of Michigan unemployment benefit "claw-back" claim be discharged in Chapter 13 bankruptcy? That is the question that the Eastern District of Michigan Federal Court decided this month on appeal from a ruling of the Eastern District of Michigan Bankruptcy Court that said, "NO." And, unfortunately, the appeals court said the same thing. But why, and what does this mean? Some Debts are ...

Posted on November 22nd, 2016 by John Hilla - Michigan Bankruptcy Attorney in Michigan Bankruptcy

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