Unlike Rodney Dangerfield, Jevic workers get respect when Delaware judge rejects a new settlement they dislike.
Payments made after threats and demands are not eligible for the ‘ordinary course’ preference defense.
Not a true public sale, a tax foreclosure in New Jersey can be attacked as a preference without implicating concerns about federalism.
Post-petition interest accruals aren’t counted in figuring distributions among undersecured creditors with liens on the same collateral.
Delaware judge shows sympathy for a creditor being stiffed by the debtor.
An asset purchaser cannot escape liability for appropriating the benefits of a contract that was not assumed and assigned.
Consumer protection claims brought by states are nondischargeable in chapter 11 only when the state has been the target of fraudulent representations.
District court second-guesses the sufficiency of evidence that the bankruptcy court found sufficient.
A federal court can undermine a state court judgment without offending Rooker-Feldman, Third Circuit says.
Don’t stretch bankruptcy jurisdiction when the statute of limitations is about to expire.