Eleventh Circuit refuses to read words into Section 727(d)(2) that aren’t there.
Georgia judge focuses on ‘good faith’ to decide whether a chapter 13 debtor should lose a discharge after missing direct mortgage payments.
Florida case raises the question of whether the Supreme Court will eventually give bankruptcy a general exemption from arbitration, or an exemption only for core proceedings.
An action that could violate the FDCPA may not be a violation of the discharge injunction.
Occupancy and intent to be a permanent residence are all that’s needed for a homestead exemption, even if the house violates local ordinances.
If the parties litigate but the defendant eventually defaults, the default judgment can result in nondischargeability via issue preclusion, Eleventh Circuit holds.
An Alabama case shows how Taggart heightened the pleading standards for a complaint alleging a violation of the discharge injunction.
Business judgment rule failed to protect directors of a Georgia bank for approving bad loans.
Circuit Judge Grant explains why an IRA might be exempt under federal law but not exempt under the Florida exemption statute.
A chapter 13 plan that improperly modifies a home mortgage remains binding unless the lender has objected to confirmation.