Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy, LLC: They Went Broke Too!

JacobyMeyersThe law firm of Jacoby & Meyers  which calls itself “America’s Largest Full Service Law Firm” no longer offers bankruptcy services with the filing of an involuntary bankruptcy by its’ creditors. The Involuntary Petition for Chapter 7 bankruptcy was filed on March 14, 2014 naming Jacoby & Meyers, Bankruptcy, LLC.  It was filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York, Manhattan, and bears case number 14-bk-10641. The LLC was the result of  the 2012 merger of Jacoby & Meyers LLC and Macey Bankruptcy Law PC. LegalZoom.com, Inc. is the major creditor in the involuntary petition claiming in excess of one million dollars of debt.  Legal Zoom has been involved in litigation with Legal Helpers, the name by which the Macey law firm conducted its bankruptcy practice.  The litigation alleges breach of contract and other claims related to an agreement between LegalZoom and Macey under which LegalZoom provided leads to Macey in bankruptcy cases. If you were a client of Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy LLC and are wondering what your next step should be, you might want to read the article by Jay Fleischmann entitled:  “Jacoby & Meyers Bankruptcy – 5 Things Their Clients Need To Know”.

About Kevin Gipson, Attorney at Law

I am an attorney licensed in all State and Federal Courts in Louisiana. I practice in the Greater New Orleans Area and work with Consumers to help them with their debt problems. My primary areas of practice are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy and Student Loan Law.
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