Tenth Circuit joins the Fifth Circuit by holding that student loans are not ‘educational benefits’ under Section 523(a)(8)(A)(ii).
Private charity is not considered to be part of a debtor’s income under the first part of the Brunner test.
Bankruptcy Judge Warren makes sure the sanctions won’t be dischargeable if the offending creditor files his own bankruptcy.
Can student loans be wiped out as fraudulent transfers that aren’t dischargeable under Section 523(a)(8)?
Courts are divided on discharging fines in a corporate chapter 11 case when the government itself was not defrauded.
Disclosing a lawsuit in the SOFA and discussing the suit with the trustee is no substitute for listing the suit among a debtor’s assets, the Ninth Circuit BAP says.
A properly drafted union contract still failed to leave a company officer with a nondischargeable debt for failing to make employer contributions to a union welfare fund.
Is Taggart just a defense that can be waived, or must a debtor plead and prove ‘no objectively reasonable basis’ in a motion for contempt of discharge?