New York judges narrowly define ‘educational benefit’ to discharge student loans.
Split in lower courts now tilts toward precluding forced title vesting in chapter 13.
New York judge summarizes prior decisions about returning surplus aircraft.
Fleeting passage of money through the U.S. can bestow jurisdiction on U.S. courts.
Another circuit joins the trend toward limiting the doctrine of equitable mootness.
Creditors, not just trustees, are barred from suing by Section 546(e).
The right paper trail helps avoid liability for profiting from a Ponzi scheme.
Protections for oil and gas pipelines undermined in Sabine Oil reorganization.
Someone who pays $7.2 billion is entitled to a court’s sympathy and protection.