Creditors bat 500 this fall when trying to compel arbitration in the Southern District of New York.
Rabbinical court was barred from attaching an injunction under the First Amendment.
Discharge was no bar to claims not recognized until after bankruptcy.
Ninth Circuit decision based on policy, not statutory language, is wrong, S.D.N.Y. judge says.
After confirmation, New York’s Judge Glenn requires ‘close nexus’ for jurisdiction.
For a repeat offender, less than $1,000 in improper charges resulted in large sanctions.
Bullard leaves questions unanswered when debtors move to dismiss their own petitions.
Second Circuit primed to agree or split with three circuits on ‘chapter 20’ lien stripping.
Intentional tort concepts imposed on proceedings for contempt of the automatic stay.
Former Bankruptcy Judge Gerber reversed in Lyondell for being too strict, then for being too lenient.