December 15, 2015
The Ninth Circuit quickly rectifies its own mistake by allowing creditors to recover counsel fees in suits to recover damages for automatic stay violations.
Third Circuit ditches an otherwise proper involuntary petition for creditors’ bad faith.
Creditors, rejoice! Substantial contribution is rewarded, at least in the Sixth Circuit.
District judge ignores the circuit’s policy argument to allow claims on time-barred debts.
Sixth Circuit is stricter than the Fifth when a suit violates the stay.
Priority creditors beware: The Third Circuit approves both structured dismissals and gift plans.
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.