December 15, 2015
The Ninth Circuit provides another reason to avoid reorganizing on the west coast.
Corporate debtors anticipating disputes with secured lenders have a good reason for filing chapter 11 in California, assuming there is no need for an injunction barring suit against a
non-bankrupt third party.
Tenth Circuit has no sympathy for a forgetful lawyer.
Ninth Circuit permits chapter 20 end run on Dewsnup.
Florida judge closes loophole on a debtor’s duty to “perform his intention” regarding surrender.
Simple mistake mushrooms into $50,000 in punitive damages for stay violation.