Seventh Circuit says that Fulton left open the question of whether holding an impounded car violates Sections 362(a)(4) or (a)(6).
Whether there had been a default before the chapter 13 filing was pivotal to the debtor’s right to retain a pawned car.
Splitting with the Sixth Circuit, Pittsburgh district judge rules that a FLSA suit falls within the ‘police and regulatory’ exception to the automatic stay.
District judge in Indiana holds that the automatic stay only ends as to the debtor’s property after a repeat filing, not also as to estate property.
Despite several errors about the safe harbor, the government recommends that the Supreme Court deny certiorari in Tribune.
Constitutional arguments don’t entitle the creditor to stay relief.
Deducting a loan to a child from her inheritance wasn’t a violation of the discharge injunction.
Bankruptcy court evicted a debtor from his residence because he didn’t qualify for the Covid-19 moratoria.
Even though the debtor was no longer in business, a Medicaid fraud suit was not subject to the automatic stay and thus served as a deterrent to others.