September 29, 2023
The Supreme Court will hear two bankruptcy cases in the new term: nondebtor releases, and refunds for overpayment of U.S. Trustee fees.
August 16, 2023
Seeking attorneys’ fees from the debtor did not by itself make a postpetition lawsuit subject to the automatic stay.
August 15, 2023
The same day the Supreme Court decided to hear Purdue, a district judge on Long Island, N.Y., sent dozens of long-stayed sexual abuse cases back to state court where the debtor is not a named defendant.
August 3, 2023
Bound by the Third Circuit’s first LTL decision, the bankruptcy court found that LTL’s rejiggered second filing suffered from the same defect: no immediate financial distress.
August 1, 2023
Rebuffed in the Second Circuit, the Solicitor General is asking the Supreme Court to stay issuance of the mandate that would allow Purdue Pharma to consummate its chapter 11 plan.
July 20, 2023
Congress might want to consider closing a dischargeability loophole when it comes to injuries indirectly resulting from commission of a felony.
June 23, 2023
The Fourth Circuit majority upheld a preliminary injunction barring tort suits against a debtor’s nonbankrupt affiliates following a Texas divisional merger.
June 13, 2023
Indianapolis Bankruptcy Judge Jeffrey Graham says that the bankruptcy court cannot become “another court of general jurisdiction.”
May 3, 2023
The bankruptcy judge only gave nondebtor J&J companies a more limited stay in the second LTL chapter 11 case.
February 27, 2023
The Fourth Circuit wrote a scholarly (and dense) opinion differentiating among bankruptcy standing, bankruptcy appellate standing and constitutional standing.