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Occasional Jason Kilborn

posted by Bob Lawless
Long-time readers will remember Professor Jason Kilborn's guest-blogging stints. Jason focuses on comparative and international issues in the world of bankruptcy. This is always a perspective we sorely need here on the Slips, and we were wanting to get his voice back on the blog. When we spoke with him, we were very pleased to learn that he was willing to join us an "Occasional," which means we will have the benefit of his insights on a continuing basis. Welcome, Jason, to Credit Slips.


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