The expansive definition of a ‘financial institution’ allows fraudulent transfers to be structured so that no one will ever be held liable.
Bankruptcy Judge David Warren warns small business trustees that they won’t be compensated if they are “overzealous” or undertake “unnecessary or duplicative services.”
Bankruptcy Judge David Jones finds the Jay Alix Protocol to be ‘completely unnecessary.’
Dealing with the debt left over from a defunct business is enough to qualify as a small business debtor under the new subchapter V of chapter 11, Judge Burris rules.
Judge Shefferly writes a complicated opinion on the retroactivity of the HAVEN Act to cases filed prior to enactment.