Eleventh Circuit holds that dismissing bankruptcy comes too late if claims weren’t disclosed.
Eleventh Circuit explains when a final order may not remain a final order.
Compensation for brain injury is a disability payment, not payment on a tort claim.
Courts are split on the interpretation of BAPCPA’s treatment of automatically rejected leases in chapter 7.
Sympathy for a client won’t make up for counsel’s mistake.
Supreme Court’s subsequent Epic decision casts doubt on opinions overriding arbitration agreements in the bankruptcy context.
District and bankruptcy courts reach diametrically different results on identical facts regarding the same defective medical device.
‘Exhaustion’ is not required before compelling the IRS to return funds taken in violation of discharge.
Testimony that’s not credible can be a ‘false oath’ leading to a denial of discharge.
Milavetz invalid-purpose test isn’t applicable to incurring debt to pay a retainer.