February 13, 2024
Nondischargeability for Sub V corporate debtors is sub judice in the Fifth Circuit.
January 30, 2024
When there has been a division of marital property, does a debtor only hold legal title to property given to the spouse?
December 28, 2023
Being an heir by itself doesn’t bring a decedent’s estate into the heir’s bankruptcy estate.
December 7, 2023
Chicago Bankruptcy Judge David Cleary followed a decision by then-district Judge David Hamilton and “respectfully” disagreed with decisions by two predecessors on the same bankruptcy bench.
November 16, 2023
When there is a recorded option to purchase real estate, Prof. Westbrook would have analyzed the specific performance rights of the holder of the option under state law, not the question of whether the option was executory.
June 30, 2023
Just because the debtor orchestrated a fraudulent transfer, the Seventh Circuit tells us there’s nothing for a trustee recover if there was no diminution of the estate.
June 13, 2023
Indianapolis Bankruptcy Judge Jeffrey Graham says that the bankruptcy court cannot become “another court of general jurisdiction.”
June 2, 2023
Although a stock purchase and a loan payoff were one month apart, a district judge in Indiana found a sufficient nexus to invoke the safe harbor and dismiss a fraudulent transfer suit.
May 18, 2023
Within the next year, four circuits will have ruled on a split where some lower courts pay chapter 13 trustees and others don’t when dismissal precedes confirmation.
May 5, 2023
The Seventh Circuit explained how preponderance of the evidence became the standard of proof for turnovers and dischargeability when the Bankruptcy Code replaced the Bankruptcy Act.