Key Deadline Approaches in Boy Scouts of America Bankruptcy, Affecting 82,000 Claimants

Wilmington, Delaware — The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is nearing a significant phase in its bankruptcy case as it approaches a key deadline this summer, aimed at resolving claims from thousands of individuals and charting a path forward for the organization. The BSA filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February 2020, in an effort to manage the compensation claims related to decades of alleged abuse within the organization. Since the filing, over 82,000 claims have been registered, making it one of the largest and most complex bankruptcies of its kind. As part of the … Read more

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp Faces Tough Decisions on Pending Bills as Deadline Approaches

Atlanta, Georgia – Georgia Governor Brian Kemp faces a series of crucial decisions as he approaches the May 7 deadline for signing or rejecting bills. Since taking office in 2019, Kemp has proven himself willing to veto measures, having already vetoed 14 bills in 2023 alone. Additionally, he has flexed his power by freezing over $200 million in state budget spending in the past year. Now, as the deadline looms, Kemp must carefully consider a number of pending measures that have landed on his desk. Among the measures awaiting Kemp’s decision is a budget that … Read more

Judge to Rule on Trial Delay as Ex-President Faces $454 Million Bond Deadline

NEW YORK – Former President Donald Trump arrived at a crucial hearing in a Manhattan court, where his lawyers argued for a delay in the hush money case. Trump, who is facing a 34-count indictment related to falsifying business records, sat between his attorneys as the trial looms. In addition to the upcoming trial, the ex-president also has a looming deadline to cover a $464 million bond in a separate fraud case. The prosecution alleges that the delay requested by Trump’s legal team is a strategic move and a “red herring.” The defense argues that … Read more

March 25 Deadline Looms for Parties to Contest Judge McAfee’s Ruling in Trump’s Election Interference Case

Atlanta, Georgia – Parties involved in the Trump election interference case are facing a March 25 deadline to appeal Judge Scott McAfee’s ruling. The ruling allows Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis to continue overseeing the case. Both Willis and the defense attorneys have the option to pursue an appeal for different reasons. According to Georgia law, either side must first seek McAfee’s permission to appeal his ruling within the next 10 days. McAfee is then required to respond to the request. This puts the deadline for seeking permission to appeal at March 25. If … Read more