J. DOLING IN THE NEWS
NEW YORK TIMES
Attorney Jenny Doling weighs in on highly indebted consumers who could be in trouble once federal relief runs out.
NBC LOS ANGELES
Attorney Jenny Doling discusses how businesses can stay afloat filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
NEW YORK TIMES
Liz Weston: Start Thinking Bankruptcy Now, Not Later
Attorney Jenny Doling is quoted in a New York Times article about why people should start thinking about filing for bankruptcy now, rather than later. Amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Coronavirus pandemic is putting millions of Americans under financial strain, and experts predict the crisis will send record numbers to bankruptcy court.
Attorney Jenny Doling is quoted saying “I am gearing up for having a tsunami of new cases", due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. Supreme Court clarified when a creditor can be held liable for violating a bankruptcy discharge order, rejecting a federal appeals court’s subjective standard that left few satisfied.
Attorney Doling is quoted in this article in regards to how one unplanned event can sometimes send people and families on a path to bankruptcy.
CALIFORNIA SENATOR BOB WIECKOWSKI
Attorney Jenny Doling is awarded the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Legislative Advocate of the Year.
Ms. Doling received an Academic Achievement Award in Bankruptcy and was also honored with an award for excellence from the American Bankruptcy Law Journal.
CAPITAL & MAIN
"Jenny Doling, a Southern California bankruptcy attorney and debt-relief advocate, told Capital & Main that she regularly sees first-hand what in her practice has become a distressingly familiar scenario: families that lose their homes and equity in the face of unexpected medical expenses, bad luck or worse."