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Oilers’ Evander Kane Closer to Erasing Debts After Judge’s Ruling in Bankruptcy Case

Loeb Restructuring & Bankruptcy partner Schuyler Carroll spoke to The Athletic in an article discussing Edmonton Oilers forward Evander Kane, who won a big victory in his more than two-year-old bankruptcy case, with a judge recently ruling he could walk away from much of his remaining debt. 

According to the publication, Kane’s bankruptcy called his character into question, with his gambling losses and habits hung out for public view. “There are a lot of contentious bankruptcies or individual bankruptcies when it’s personal like this, but this was definitely up there,” Schuyler said. 

To read the full article, please visit The Athletic’s website (subscription required).