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August 8, 2023

The Second Circuit split with the First Circuit, which had permitted nationwide class actions because the discharge injunction is statutory.

July 20, 2023

Congress might want to consider closing a dischargeability loophole when it comes to injuries indirectly resulting from commission of a felony.

July 13, 2023

The Third Circuit lauded Bankruptcy Judge Craig Goldblatt for a ‘well-reasoned’ opinion correctly interpreting Supreme Court authority.

July 12, 2023

Bankruptcy Judge Klinette H. Kindred declined to expand Bartenwerfer by imputing fraud or larceny when the debtor wasn’t a partner or agent.

July 11, 2023

Disputing the Fourth Circuit line by line and raising the possibility of a circuit split, the BAP and six bankruptcy courts have held that there’s no such thing as nondischargeability for corporate Sub V debtors.

June 19, 2023

At least where nondebtor releases are prohibited, and if Delaware law controls, a suit against an alter ego doesn’t violate the discharge injunction, the Ninth Circuit BAP says.

June 7, 2023

A transferor’s fraudulent intent isn’t imputed to the transferee to make the transferee’s debt nondischargeable for ‘actual fraud.’

May 9, 2023

An election for having a tax refund applied to the following year’s taxes can result in the loss of discharge.

April 20, 2023

Contrary to the Fourth Circuit, five bankruptcy courts have now held there’s no such thing as nondischargeability for corporate Sub V debtors. The question is now before the Fifth Circuit.

April 7, 2023

In the Alex Jones corporate Subchapter V case, Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Lopez said that the later chapter 11 filing by Jones himself, with about $1.5 billion in debt, didn’t kick the corporate debtor out of Subchapter V and into ‘ordinary’ chapter 11.