Holder in due course of consumer paper remains subject to the debtor’s claims against the originator of the paper.
Policy informs the result when the statutory language is ambiguous.
Even though subject matter jurisdiction persists when there is no longer an effect on the estate, the court may exercise discretion to dismiss, the Fifth Circuit says.
Another bankruptcy judge rules that the increase in U.S. Trustee fees does not apply to pending chapter 11 cases.
Fifth Circuit now says that student loans must ‘impose intolerable difficulties’ to be dischargeable.
Appeals court holds that a specific request from the debtor isn’t required to justify allowance of an ‘admin’ claim.
Fifth Circuit permits bar orders in receiverships while blocking nonconsensual, third-party releases in chapter 11 plans.
Mississippi’s Judge Samson writes a treatise on the priorities between a secured lender and the provider of a payment and performance bond.
A plan’s declaration that disputed property belongs to the debtor’s estate must be challenged before confirmation becomes final.
Fifth Circuit overturns a settlement that barred officers and directors from accessing insurance policies.