Judge Goldblatt slaps creditors with $665,000 in damages for violating the automatic stay.
Lawyers aren’t guarantors for a client’s misconduct, but they may be sanctioned for a coverup.
The fraudulent intent of an individual who controls a corporation can be imputed to the corporation itself, even if the board is unaware of fraud.
A Delaware opinion states that debtors can’t reincorporate to manufacture venue, but it’s permissible for lenders to do so.
Delaware’s Judge Goldblatt seems to be recommending that the Third Circuit close a loophole in confidentiality agreements.
The state law standards for creation of a contract governed enforceability of a term sheet signed after mediation.
Neither a sale ‘free and clear’ nor rejection of a union contract bars enforcement of NLRA successorship obligations, Delaware district judge rules in reversing the bankruptcy court.
The bankruptcy court in Delaware sided with four circuits by directing the U.S. Trustee to give refunds for overpayment of fees that were not uniform throughout the country.
Contesting the election of a chapter 7 trustee isn’t like defending a fee application, which Baker Botts held to be noncompensable.
Delaware’s Judge Craig Goldblatt makes a ‘common-sense judgment’ in deciding whether to allow a prepetition lawsuit to proceed in state court.