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Being a ‘Net Winner’ in a Ponzi Scheme Doesn’t Automatically Mean Nondischargeability

Alleging that a debtor realized an ‘impossibly high’ rate of return in a Ponzi scheme isn’t enough to state a claim of nondischargeability for ‘actual fraud.’

Judge Easterbrook Says: Bankruptcy Court Could Set Aside Erroneous State Court Ruling

By referring to the Rooker-Feldman doctrine, the appellant might have won an appeal where the bankruptcy court effectively set aside an erroneous decision by a state court regarding discharge.
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Eight Lower Courts Disagree with the Fourth Circuit on Sub V Nondischargeability

Nondischargeability for Sub V corporate debtors is sub judice in the Fifth Circuit.

Rooker-Feldman Even Bars Review of State Court Judgments that Are ‘Void,’ Circuit Says

A debtor has one bite at the apple to enforce discharge. Take your pick: state or federal court, but not both.
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