Claim Isn’t Disallowed if the ‘Statute’ Lapses After the Claim Is Filed

Judge Goldblatt of Delaware wrote an opinion where the answer was self-evident but there was no authority on point.

Supreme Court Holds: § 363(m) Isn’t Jurisdictional; It’s a Limitation on Appellate Relief

The Supreme Court’s MOAC decision contains language casting doubt on the validity of the doctrine of equitable mootness.

Second Circuit Won’t Vacate the Stay Pending Appeal from Voyager’s Confirmation Order

A terse Second Circuit order seems to mean that a stay of a confirmation order pending appeal granted in district court can’t be appealed to the circuit, at least when the appeal is being expedited.

‘Person Aggrieved’ for Appellate Standing Test May Have Died, but May Be Resurrected

Sixth Circuit judges wrote 17 pages of dicta to muse on whether the ‘person aggrieved’ test for appellate standing died with the adoption of the Bankruptcy Code but remains good law under the ‘zone-of-interests’ test.

Ninth Circuit BAP Rules on a Question to Be Decided Soon by the Supreme Court

Like the question in MOAC to be decided soon by the Supreme Court, the BAP says that the qualifications for an involuntary petitioner are not jurisdictional and can be waived.