‘Plausibility’ evidently does not apply when pleading ‘related to’ bankruptcy jurisdiction.
Second Circuit approves a stay-violation defense in a nonprecedential opinion.
Bankruptcy judge finds bad faith for walking out on a fully documented but unsigned settlement.
Circuits split on power of bankruptcy courts to impose punitive or criminal contempt sanctions.
A split of circuits will result if the Second Circuit does not reverse a Madoff decision.
Madoff spawns more law, this time on expert testimony about the good faith defense to a fraudulent transfer with ‘actual intent.’
New York judge enforces a French reorganization similar to a U.S. prepack.
Protecting negotiating leverage isn’t grounds for sealing the terms of a lease.
‘Bankruptcy tourism’ seems unaffected by an unusual cross-border insolvency.
Estate property must be formally abandoned before the power of sale reverts to the debtor.