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October 8, 2018
Liquidators Conducting GOB Sales Are Not ‘Professionals’ Covered by Section 327
U.S. Trustee rebuffed in subjecting liquidators to retention as ‘professionals’ under Section 327.
September 25, 2018
District Court Finds Constitutional Power to Grant Releases in Confirmation Orders
Delaware district judge rules that the bankruptcy court has final adjudicatory power to include third-party releases in confirmation orders.
September 18, 2018
Third Circuit Upholds Revocation of $275 Million Breakup Fee
Third Circuit creates a high standard for revoking a vested contract right.
September 6, 2018
Delaware District Judge Upholds Horizontal ‘Gifting’ in a Chapter 11 Plan
Narrow reading of ‘equitable mootness’ in Tribune is limited to cases involving a dispute between two classes.
August 27, 2018
A Plan Can Release Claims for Post-Confirmation Conduct, Third Circuit Says
Third Circuit leaves open the question of whether distributions to shareholders in chapter 11 must follow FINRA rules.
August 17, 2018
Third Circuit Explores the Limits of Channeling Injunctions Protecting Insurers
Caution: Do not use heavy machinery. Reading this story may induce drowsiness.
August 9, 2018
FDCPA Applies to Debt Collectors Even if They Own the Debt
Thomas Ambro on the Third Circuit answers a question the Supreme Court left open in <em>Henson v. Santander</em>.
August 3, 2018
Punitive Damages under Section 303(i) Can’t Be Offset, Third Circuit Says
One involuntary petition dismissed in bankruptcy court has now spawned three important opinions at the circuit level.
August 2, 2018
Delaware District Judge Defines ‘Unfair Discrimination’ in Cramdown
A $30 million haircut is not ‘unfair discrimination’ to preclude cramming down a plan.
Retention of Jurisdiction Beats Out an Arbitration Agreement, Third Circuit Says
Court retains adjudicatory power unless the arbitration agreement applies to all disputes.