Persuasive authority is required before a creditor can be held in contempt for violating the automatic stay protecting a corporate debtor.
Judge Hoffman sets up Sixth Circuit to opine on the circuit split regarding the constitutionality of the 2018 increase in fees for the U.S. Trustee system.
Agreeing to bidding procedures can waive the right to make the Section 1111(b) election, Judge Hoffman says.
The Supreme Court hasn’t prohibited paying counsel fees for services rendered before the entry of a retention order, Judge Preston says.
Courts are split on whether large medical bills are consumer debts that invoke the means test and can bar relief in chapter 7.
Judge Buchanan collects authorities on all sides of two questions befuddling courts everywhere.
The debtor, not the trustee, can profit from a secured creditor’s mistakes.
Showing intentional violation of court order isn’t enough for nondischargeability.
Judge bends over backward so debtor can keep an $80,000 windfall.