September 8, 2023
Court’s inherent authority to sanction allows coercive contempt sanctions where rules and statutes are not up to the task.
September 7, 2023
What will become of the chapter 13 system if standing trustees must refund all fees collected in cases dismissed before confirmation? The answer is perhaps unexpected: Unsecured creditors in confirmed chapter 13 cases will pay the administrative expenses of cases that fail.
September 6, 2023
Contesting the election of a chapter 7 trustee isn’t like defending a fee application, which Baker Botts held to be noncompensable.
September 5, 2023
A preference opinion from Houston counsels creditors to be cautious when they are expecting payment from insurance.
September 1, 2023
Delaware’s Judge Craig Goldblatt makes a ‘common-sense judgment’ in deciding whether to allow a prepetition lawsuit to proceed in state court.
August 31, 2023
The RICO suit by Jay Alix Against McKinsey mostly survived a motion to dismiss.
August 30, 2023
The value of a debtor’s interest in entireties property isn’t necessarily 50% of the value of the entire property.
August 29, 2023
The lawsuit was under federal law, not state law, even though Section 544(b)(1) incorporated state fraudulent transfer law.
August 28, 2023
With four circuits in agreement, the Supreme Court isn’t likely to grant cert to rule on whether chapter 11 debtors are entitled to refunds for overpayment of U.S. Trustees fees that were held unconstitutional in Siegel.
August 25, 2023
Now a circuit judge, a former bankruptcy judge makes quick work of a troublesome issue about property of the estate.