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Introduction

posted by Ted Janger & Susan Block-Lieb

Hello to the readers of Credit Slips.  Thank you to John Pottow for that generous introduction, and to Bob Lawless and the regular Credit Slips authors for loaning us their bully pulpit.  To keep things simple we will both be posting from the same account.  So, if we understand the technology properly, all posts will look like they are coming from both of us.  We're comfortable with that.  That's why we teamed up.  In many cases the jointness will be accurate.  Where it's not, we'll  decide whether we wish to be clear about which one of us is posting.

We expect to post on a variety of topics over the course of the week from consumer credit and bankruptcy reform, to data privacy in bankruptcy, to debtor education and financial literacy, to international bankruptcy, but we're new at this, so who knows where it will lead. 

We look forward to your comments and to a lively, thoughtful discussion.

Ted and Susan

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