Yes! For example, if a property corporation built a casino in Atlantic City NJ, then filed bankruptcy, therefore, didn’t pay the multitude of trades who constructed the casino. The bankruptcy caused some of trade companies to go out of business. However, because the property corporation used loopholes in the bankruptcy laws, the property corporation continued to buy properties, continued to build and continued to file bankruptcy using the loopholes to renege on paying the trades. Yet, the property corporation continued to ‘reward’ their executives with bonuses at the end of their fiscal year. Sound familiar? The practice of paying executives a bonus when the company itself files bankruptcy is completely unfair, wrong and should be illegal.