If the Supreme Court decides that the FDCPA applies to nonjudicial foreclosure, a letter from a homeowner disputing the debt will automatically halt foreclosure activities.
The appeals court barred the secured lenders from renegotiating a carveout when a chapter 11 reorganization failed.
Judge Dales explains how Section 522(g) does not limit, but rather expands, a debtor’s exemptions.
A lawyer was personally assessed $257,000 in sanctions for failure to disclose that his client had sold its $14 million claim.
Bullard and Ritzen combine to constrict the right of appeal in the Sixth Circuit.
Judge Buchanan collects authorities on all sides of two questions befuddling courts everywhere.
Appeals court insinuates that denial of a lift-stay motion without prejudice is not appealable.
Why must the system require a trial to discharge student loans by a debtor in hopeless circumstances?
Sixth Circuit narrowly rules that a community health service is not a governmental unit and is thus eligible for chapter 11.
Bankruptcy court may overrule a state court that rules incorrectly on the discharge of a debt.