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Thank You to Stephanie Ben-Ishai

posted by Bob Lawless

Credit Slips would like to thank Professor Stephanie Ben-Ishai of the Osgoode Hall Law School at York University for joining us last week. Professor Ben-Ishai gave us a fairly comprehensive overview of the changes to the Canadian bankruptcy law that took effect in September (and earlier this year). Regardless of where you sit when you read Credit Slips, it is important to take a global perspective on bankruptcy issues, even consumer bankruptcy issues. With the globalization of consumer credit, all consumer bankruptcy is no longer local. Thank you, Stephanie, for giving us a valuable perspective on what is happening in Canada.


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