Rochelle's Daily Wire

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July 28, 2022

With little authority one way or the other, lower courts are split on whether Social Security benefits lose their exemption if withheld and later paid as a tax refund.

May 26, 2022

The circuits are split on whether a creditors’ committee may intervene as of right in adversary proceedings under Section 1109(b).

May 17, 2022

The decision by the Supreme Court next term in Bartenwerfer will tell us whether debts can be automatically nondischargeable, even when the debtor is without fault.

March 4, 2022

Florida district judge explains why a foreign debtor isn’t required to have a presence in the U.S. before the debtor’s foreign representatives can win recognition under chapter 15.

February 24, 2022

Sometimes, demanding a jury trial in answering a complaint comes too late to withdraw the reference.

February 4, 2022

The Eleventh Circuit has subjected its trustees to the risk of expensive litigation in a faraway court unfamiliar with what happened in the bankruptcy case.

December 16, 2021

Although the bankruptcy court has subject matter jurisdiction after confirmation, the debtor cannot show ‘good cause’ for Rule 2004 discovery if it would confer an ‘unfair strategic advantage.’

November 24, 2021

The transfer of title in a real estate foreclosure is not a transfer on account of an antecedent debt and therefore can’t be a preference, at least in Florida.

November 8, 2021

A deficiency judgment arising from foreclosure of another parcel of real estate can be avoided as an impairment of a debtor’s homestead exemption.

September 9, 2021

Judge Vaughan explains why a foreign debtor isn’t required to have a presence in the U.S. before the debtor’s foreign representatives can win recognition under chapter 15.

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