With an exciting but somewhat controversial finish in last night’s game, the Washington Nationals tied the series 3-3 with the Houston Astros, setting-up for a potentially exciting Game 7 conclusion to the World Series. Unlike the Cubs in 2016 and the Dodgers in 2017 and 2018, neither of this year’s teams is a former Chapter 11 debtor. However, the Astros are still very much tied-up in Houston Regional Sports Network, L.P.’s Texas Chapter 11 from 2013. Hence, our hook for our third bankruptcy-related World Series post.

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Once again from my in-laws’ home in Potomac, Maryland, here’s Plan Proponent’s Best of 2017 post, a link by link Top 10 of our third year of blogging–although my wife just asked, in rather savage fashion, “Did you even have 10 posts this year?” Wow. (We had 11 posts, so one unlucky post about

The Los Angeles Dodgers are down 2-3 to the Houston Astros headed into tonight’s Game 6 of the World Series. And after a wild, 12 to 13 extra innings slugfest on Sunday, we figured we’d do what we do best: simmer the anticipation and the excitement with a bankruptcy post. Last year, we wrote

(The Capitol from the Supreme Court on 12/30/16 via Dave’s iPhone)

Once again from my in-laws’ home in Potomac, Maryland, here’s Plan Proponent’s Best of 2016 post. With our second year in the bag, we’ll dispense with the formalities and get straight to the Top 10, link by link. In honor of our Supreme

CHICAGO, IL – OCTOBER 28: View from center field as the Chicago Cubs play defense during Game Three of the 2016 World Series at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois on October 28, 2016. (Andrew Hancock for ESPN)

The Chicago Cubs are down 1-2 to the Cleveland Indians headed into tonight’s Game