September 17, 2008
Georgia State University College of Law Professor Jack Williams has been interviewed numerous times in recent weeks about the nation's deepening financial crisis and the turmoil on Wall Street.
Williams, Resident Scholar at the American Bankruptcy Institute, has spoken with several media outlets, including Bloomberg, ABC News, NPR Marketplace, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dow Jones, Reuters, Bankruptcy Law 360, CFO.COM, and the Associated Press. Below are links to some of the stories in which he was quoted.
CNNMoney.com: Lehman Move Complicates, Doesn't Derail Sale Efforts
Bloomberg.com: Lehman Lets Some Creditors Take Key Assets First: Ann Woolner
CFO.com: Creditors Could Go After Lehman Bonuses
guardian.co.uk: Credibility seen key issue in a Lehman bankruptcy
Macon Telegraph: Professor: Situation can be overcome, but not soon
Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Collapses create nervous consumers, risking a deep recession
Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Bankruptcy filings surge in Georgia
On Tuesday, Sept. 16, Williams was in Washington, DC, testifying before the House Judiciary Committee's Commercial and Administrative Law Subcommittee in a hearing on "Bankruptcy Trustee Compensation."