During one week in May, two appellate decisions came out of the district court of the Southern District of New York relating to mootness of appeals of confirmation
Rarely is an official rule of court publicly acknowledged as a license for a “fishing expedition,” but that is the characterization often conferred by the courts o
Over the past year, courts have begun addressing issues raised by revised 28 U.S.C.
The Second and Third Circuits recently issued opinions that support the enforceability of otherwise valid arbitration clauses in core bankruptcy matters.
In ordinary litigation proceedings, lawyers often introduce summaries for a variety of purposes, either evidentiary, demonstrative or both.
In Industrial Clearinghouse Inc. v. Mims (In re Coastal Plains Inc.), 338 B.R. 703 (N.D. Texas 2006), the U.S.
Imagine yourself representing former insiders of a chapter 11 debtor in an adversary proceeding charging your clients with breach of fiduciary duties.
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