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June 18, 2024

To align with congressional intent underpinning Section 365(d)(3), Judge Gravelle gave the landlord an administrative claim for base rent due after filing and before automatic rejection.

June 17, 2024

Saying that the constitutional infirmity was “small” and “short-lived,” the majority decided that prospective relief was enough because Congress subsequently enacted a law mandating uniformity in the future with regard to fees for U.S. Trustees and Bankruptcy Administrators

June 14, 2024

If a ‘13’ case is dismissed after confirmation, the holder of an avoided lien retains remedies under state law, Judge Rosania says.
Although there was no split of circuits, the Supreme Court decided that Congress provided a sufficient remedy by requiring uniform fees going forward.

June 13, 2024

One senator is blocking an extension of the $7.5 million debt cap for Subchapter V and the $2.75 cap for chapter 13.

June 12, 2024

Judge Mastando in New York decided that a chapter 7 trustee has authority to put the debtor’s subsidiary voluntarily into bankruptcy.

June 11, 2024

Is Segal v. Rochelle good law following the adoption of the Bankruptcy Code?

June 10, 2024

Bankruptcy Judge Brian Kenney ruled that an indenture trustee must be on a committee when the debt is ‘overwhelmingly’ held by bondholders.

June 7, 2024

The Code doesn’t contain any rules specifying when a Subchapter V plan should have a five-year duration rather than three years.
Reversing the Fourth Circuit, the Supreme Court gives a flexible interpretation to traditional notions of constitutional standing in bankruptcy cases and appeals.