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February 1, 2018
Another Example: Student Loans Are Virtually Impossible to Discharge
District court second-guesses the sufficiency of evidence that the bankruptcy court found sufficient.
Pennsylvania Eastern District
January 15, 2018
Third Circuit Pushes Back on Widespread Invocation of Rooker-Feldman
A federal court can undermine a state court judgment without offending Rooker-Feldman, Third Circuit says.
January 8, 2018
Bankruptcy Courts Aren’t ‘Courts’ and Don’t Have Power to Transfer
Don’t stretch bankruptcy jurisdiction when the statute of limitations is about to expire.
January 5, 2018
Third Circuit Narrowly Interprets Delaware Fraudulent Transfer Law
Venezuela let off the hook for expropriating assets.
January 2, 2018
Delaware District Judge Seemingly Splits with Second Circuit on the Safe Harbor
Delaware district and bankruptcy judges now disagree with the Second Circuit’s holding that the federal safe harbor preempts state fraudulent transfer law.
November 10, 2017
No Punitive Damages Under Delaware Law to Remedy a Fraudulent Transfer
Choice of law isn’t an affirmative defense that can be waived, Judge Gross says.
November 8, 2017
Fraudulent Transfer Claims Aren’t Capped by Creditors’ Losses
Delaware’s Judge Gross pens another controversial opinion in PAH Litigation Trust.
October 27, 2017
Plan’s Interest Rate Held to Govern Tax Claims, Not the Rate in the IRS Code
‘Strained’ argument by the IRS about recoupment didn’t overcome terms of a confirmed plan.
October 26, 2017
Third Circuit Explains When Sale Orders Are Not Automatically Moot
Section 363(m) allows an appeal if the remedy won’t upset the sale itself, Third Circuit says.
October 11, 2017
Inaccurate Disclosure Nixes a $275 Million Energy Future Breakup Fee Approved a Year Earlier
Breakup fee cannot be paid if the court or regulators disapprove a proposed sale.