Fourth Circuit Says an Insurer Has No Right to Negotiate an ‘Asbestos’ Plan

The Fourth Circuit wrote a scholarly (and dense) opinion differentiating among bankruptcy standing, bankruptcy appellate standing and constitutional standing.

Claims Trader Criticized in New York for an Unauthorized PACER Filing

A court filing by a claims trader was stricken from the docket because it contained judges’ direct email addresses.

Courts Split on Committee Intervention as of Right in Adversary Proceedings

The circuits are split on whether a creditors’ committee may intervene as of right in adversary proceedings under Section 1109(b).

Priest Lacked Standing to Raise a Claim Objection to Clear His Name of Sexual Abuse

Standing has three components: statutory standing, constitutional standing and prudential standing, Judge Thuma explains.