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Thomas Ambro on the Third Circuit answers a question the Supreme Court left open in <em>Henson v. Santander</em>.
One involuntary petition dismissed in bankruptcy court has now spawned three important opinions at the circuit level.
Court retains adjudicatory power unless the arbitration agreement applies to all disputes.
A $30 million haircut is not ‘unfair discrimination’ to preclude cramming down a plan.
A bankruptcy court’s in rem jurisdiction overrides a claim of sovereign immunity.
A waiver in a KERP is enforceable even if it violates state labor law, Judge Carey rules.
Delaware district judge explains why Stern doesn’t confer the equivalent of an appeal from an interlocutory order.
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.