Perplexing opinion may only apply to the status of assets before bankruptcy.
Courts are split on two issues regarding the antimodification provisions in Sections 1123(b)(5) and 1322(b)(2).
Courts split on whether Section 108(a) extension of statutes of limitations applies to chapter 13 debtors.
Judge refuses to issue declaratory judgments about Puerto Rico’s use of tax revenues.
Waiving the automatic stay and immediately closing a sale does not make Section 363(m) inapplicable.
First Circuit follows the Fourth Circuit’s Lubrizol and rejects the Seventh Circuit’s Sunbeam.
Converting to chapter 13 to prevent the sale of a home in chapter 7 is not bad faith.
Interlocutory orders by bankruptcy courts on non-core claims don’t give rise to immediate de novo review as proposed findings and conclusions.
First Circuit narrowly applies equitable mootness in a receivership sale.
Allowing intervention as of right, First Circuit repudiates its own prior authority as ‘pure dicta.’