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July 21, 2017
Jurisdiction Continues After Confirmation to Complete a Pending Lawsuit
Third Circuit says ‘related to’ jurisdiction can’t be destroyed by subsequent events.
July 19, 2017
Goods Delivered Directly to a Debtor’s Customers Never Qualify for 503(b)(9)
Judge Shannon writes an important decision for the era of ecommerce.
July 12, 2017
Receipt under Section 503(b)(9) Occurs on Physical Possession, Third Circuit Holds
Third Circuit aids suppliers because ‘receipt’ can occur after ‘delivery.’
June 27, 2017
Look Forward 5 Years, Not 25, on Debtor’s Inability to Repay Student Loans, Judge Says
Term of the loan is the ‘relevant period’ for judging student loan dischargeability.
Pennsylvania Eastern District
June 26, 2017
Bankruptcy Court Can Rule on Personal Injury Claim with Creditor’s Implied Consent
Supreme Court held that Section 157(b)(5) is not jurisdictional, Delaware district judge says.
June 19, 2017
To Establish Record Dates, the Plan Applies, Not Securities Regulations
Established practice governing distributions is upheld in Delaware district court.
June 8, 2017
Third Circuit Harmonizes Law v. Siegel with Marrama
Marrama permits relief that’s not explicitly prohibited by the Code, even if policies shown in the statute suggest otherwise.
June 6, 2017
Third Circuit Permits Last Chapter 13 Plan Payment Beyond 60 Months
Two circuits allow discretion for non-culpable debtor to make payment after five years.
May 22, 2017
Narrow Arbitration Clause Loses the Presumption of Arbitrability
Bankruptcy judge to interpret the contract before arbitrators calculate the result.
May 9, 2017
Third Circuit Joins the Majority in the Split Over Late-Filed Tax Returns
Circuit split widens on an issue the Supreme Court has been ducking.