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.
Chapter 11 Update
Judges’ Roundtable & Fireside Chat
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.
The Fix for Third-Party Releases in Chapter 11 Cases
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).
Hot Topics with Bill Rochelle
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.
First Look at Small Business Reorganization Act Cases