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August 12, 2019
In a Bankruptcy Sale, ‘Takings’ Claims Kick in Early
Federal Circuit upholds dismissal of regulatory ‘takings’ claims against New GM.
August 5, 2019
Shareholders Lack Standing to Appeal in Fifth Circuit, District Judge Holds
Reasonableness of breakup fee is measured by the total contract price, not the amount retained by the debtor.
July 3, 2019
Supreme Court Denied ‘Cert.’ on Termination of Retiree Benefits
The Eleventh Circuit had held that coal producers can sell assets and insulate the buyer from liability for paying retirees’ health benefits.
June 25, 2019
Intercreditor Agreement Didn’t Apply to Plan Distributions, Third Circuit Holds
The Third Circuit wrote an important decision on distributing collateral under an intercreditor agreement, but it wasn’t precedential.
March 12, 2019
District Judge Finds No Loopholes in Ninth Circuit Aversion to Third-Party Releases
Free-and-clear sale won’t evade the Ninth Circuit’s rule against third-party, non-debtor releases.
Washington Western District
March 5, 2019
Seventh Circuit Rules that Section 363(m) Doesn’t Render Appeals Moot
Seventh Circuit overrules two precedents holding that Section 363(m) renders appeals moot.
February 28, 2019
Third Circuit Strips Debt Buyers of Defenses Under the FDCPA
Hiring a collection agent will not insulate a debt buyer from liability under the FDCPA.
January 11, 2019
Important Tenth Circuit Concurring Opinion Expounds on ‘Prudential’ Standing
A creditor’s factual allegations in bankruptcy court must be taken as true on appeal to establish ‘prudential standing.’
January 10, 2019
Tenth Circuit Imports Section 363(m) to Nonbankruptcy Appeals
Tenth Circuit avoids deciding whether equitable mootness applies outside of bankruptcy.
January 9, 2019
A Pending Sale Contract Doesn’t Obliterate a Homestead Exemption in Chapter 7
New York court delves into issues covered by the Fifth Circuit in Hawk and DeBerry.
New York Eastern District