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Supreme Court Grapples with ‘Finality’ in Ritzen v. Jackson Masonry

Justices may narrow Bullard by drawing back from the requirement that finality requires a change in the status quo.
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First and Second Circuits Agree: Trustees Alone May Sue Ponzi Scheme Net Winners

Rulings by the First and Second Circuits ensure that recoveries by a Ponzi scheme trustee will be distributed to all victims, not just those who sue on their own.
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Circuit Split Narrows on the Automatic Stay and Turnover of Repossessed Cars

Third Circuit also holds that turnover in Section 542(a) is not automatic. The debtor must mount an adversary proceeding to obtain a turnover of property.
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