A Trustee Receives Statutory Commissions Unless the Amount Is ‘Offensive’

A trustee’s commissions can’t be based on a percentage of disbursements to the trustee’s own counsel, so says a New Jersey district judge.

‘Person Aggrieved’ Isn’t the Proper Standard for Bankruptcy Appeals, Circuit Says

Ninth Circuit says that the ‘person aggrieved’ standard for appellate standing was superseded by Article III standing on adoption of the Bankruptcy Code in 1978.