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November 3, 2023

Congress decided to deviate from standard priorities by providing in Section 724 that unsecured domestic support obligations come ahead of tax liens.

October 10, 2023

A secured lender need not obtain a deficiency judgment to retain a claim against an insurer for a shortfall in a bankruptcy sale, Bankruptcy Judge Grossman says.

September 26, 2023

Another judge holds that dealing with debt from a defunct business satisfies the eligibility requirement for Subchapter V.

August 15, 2023

The same day the Supreme Court decided to hear Purdue, a district judge on Long Island, N.Y., sent dozens of long-stayed sexual abuse cases back to state court where the debtor is not a named defendant.

June 20, 2023

Providing an adult child with room and board in the family home is not a fraudulent transfer.

April 25, 2023

Damages for a constructively fraudulent transfer were the difference between what the buyer paid and what the business was really worth, based on accurate income and expenses.

October 10, 2022

Joining the majority of courts, Judge Grossman says that the debtor’s conduct, not the identity of the holder of the claim, determines nondischargeability.

August 29, 2022

A district judge in Brooklyn applied the two most commonly used tests for the ‘ordinary course’ defense to uphold dismissal of preference complaints.

August 25, 2022

A local government removed a lawsuit to bankruptcy court, but the bankruptcy judge turned around and slam-dunked the government for violating the plaintiff’s Fourteenth Amendment rights.

July 5, 2022

Reversing, a Long Island district judge credits value to a homeowner’s ability to delay foreclosure, taking a position contrary to a recent decision from a Ninth Circuit B.A.P.