Eleventh Circuit relies on the ‘evolution’ of Section 707(b) to proscribe an evasion of the means test.
Eleventh Circuit goes ‘objective’ while Fifth Circuit remains ‘subjective’ on value for constructive fraudulent transfers.
One Georgia judge disagrees with another over a chapter 13 confirmation objection.
Lender assessed the costs of chapter 11 for causing an unnecessary bankruptcy.
ABI President Eugene Wedoff wins a pro bono victory in the Eleventh Circuit.
Georgia judge follows the majority by more liberally allowing a chapter 13 plan modification.
Impossibility of upsetting a confirmed plan doesn’t result in constitutional mootness, only equitable mootness.
Prohibition on avoidance actions in chapter 15 only bars suits under Bankruptcy Code powers.
Courts remain divided on what ‘legal rate’ means in Section 726(a)(5).
As bar dates are fixed by the meeting of creditors, not by date of mailing, Rule 9006(f) isn’t applicable.