August 11, 2021
NC Appellate Court Rules Plans Must Be Unambiguous to Hold a Creditor in Civil Contempt, Citing Taggart
After Taggart v. Lorenzen, plans, orders and injunctions must be highly specific to hold an offending creditor in contempt.
June 10, 2021
Exemptions never come into play with inherited 401(k)s because they aren’t estate property in the first place, Judge Hodges explains.
June 1, 2021
Part-time self-employment, coupled with debt from a defunct business, qualified the debtor for reorganization under Subchapter V of chapter 11.
December 15, 2020
Courts are split on the extent to which an affidavit of timely mailing will suffice to prove that a claim was filed.
November 9, 2020
North Carolina Judge disagrees with the Fifth Circuit on extending the statute of limitations to 10 years under Section 544(b)(1).
October 13, 2020
Lender soon recognized that home foreclosure violated the stay but continued denying liability through seven years of litigation.
July 20, 2020
Bankruptcy Judge Warren makes sure the sanctions won’t be dischargeable if the offending creditor files his own bankruptcy.
July 16, 2020
Can student loans be wiped out as fraudulent transfers that aren’t dischargeable under Section 523(a)(8)?
June 16, 2020
Bankruptcy Judge David Warren warns small business trustees that they won’t be compensated if they are “overzealous” or undertake “unnecessary or duplicative services.”
March 4, 2020
Because the SBRA’s foundation is chapter 11, the new statute may be applied constitutionally to rights or property interests arising before enactment.