The Guardian, a global news publication, recently sought out Sader Law Firm Member Bradley McCormack and his expertise in bankruptcy law for an article that dove into recent bankruptcy matters related to Alex Jones. A public figure and Infowars show host, Jones filed for bankruptcy in July after being ordered by a Connecticut court to pay nearly $1.5 billion in damages to the families of the victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook elementary school mass shooting for broadcasting lies about the incident. The parent company of Infowars, Free Speech Systems, also recently filed for bankruptcy.
McCormack, who is not advising Jones, noted to The Guardian that filing for bankruptcy means that Jones is required to provide detailed financial information to the U.S. Trustee’s Office, and he’ll need to disclose the businesses he owns, as well as be questioned about his finances under oath by the Sandy Hook families and the U.S. Trustee’s Office.
“He’s about to be exposed for what he really is, or isn’t,” McCormack said in the article. “This intelligence will be extremely valuable for the families as they try to track down Jones’ assets and collect what they’re owed: They’re going to see how things are set up. If nothing else, they’ll know where all his stuff is going to be.”
McCormack focuses his practice on several bankruptcy matters, including Chapter 11 bankruptcy, commercial real estate and commercial litigation, and has extensive litigation experience in state and federal courts.
To read The Guardian article, click here. If you have questions about your financial situation, or are considering filing for bankruptcy, contact Bradley McCormack at (816) 561-1818 for a free phone consultation.