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Displaying Journal Articles with Topic Supreme Court
January 15, 2019
Supreme Court Tackles Nonjudicial Foreclosure and the FDCPA; Homeowners Might Win
If the FDCPA applies to judicial foreclosure, should it also apply to nonjudicial foreclosure? The Supreme Court will decide.
January 14, 2019
Supreme Court Decision on Arbitration Has Ominous Implications for Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy needs blanket judicial immunity from the Federal Arbitration Act after the Supreme Court’s Schein decision.
January 7, 2019
Supreme Court Grants ‘Cert’ to Decide Whether Good Faith Is a Defense to Contempt
Supreme Court has three bankruptcy cases this term, on nonjudicial foreclosure, trademark rejection, and contempt for a stay violation.
October 29, 2018
Supreme Court to Decide Whether Rejection Terminates Use of a Trademark
High court will resolve a circuit split dating back to the Fourth Circuit’s controversial Lubrizol opinion in 1985.
October 24, 2018
Supreme Court Update: Two Bankruptcy Cases in the Running for ‘Cert’
Circuit splits over trademarks and the automatic stay are contenders for resolution in the Supreme Court.
October 2, 2018
Status Report on the Supreme Court
Already primed to rule on nonjudicial foreclosure, the Supreme Court might take cases involving contempt, the automatic stay and trademarks.
June 14, 2018
‘Cert’ Petition Asks Supreme Court to Overrule Lubrizol on Trademark Licenses
What did Congress mean in Sections 365(n) and 101(35A)? Is the right to use a trademark terminated when a trademark license is rejected?
‘Cert’ Petition Wants Discharge Violations to Be Arbitrated
Petitioner contends the Second Circuit was wrong to bar arbitration in view of the Supreme Court’s decision in Epic Systems.
June 4, 2018
A False Statement About One Asset Isn’t Grounds for Nondischargeability, Supreme Court Rules
High court resolves a circuit split on Section 523(a)(2)(B) and the meaning of “financial condition.”
May 30, 2018
Supreme Court Again Refuses to Define a ‘Transfer’ or an ‘Initial Transferee’
Circuit splits persist because the Supreme Court ducks fraudulent transfer cases.