The Seventh Circuit’s opinion interpreting the amendment to Rule 62 is nonprecedential and prompted a dissent, and it may apply only in some states.
Bankruptcy judge reluctantly follows precedent where the Seventh Circuit is in the minority on the new value defense.
Local rules may not impose confirmation requirements beyond those contained in the statute.
Supreme Court’s Epic decision may end up forcing debtors to arbitrate dischargeability of loans.
A motion extending the dischargeability deadline does not require personal service on the debtor, Chicago judge rules.
Judge Furay interprets ‘disbursements’ not to include the daily sweep of a collection account in a revolving credit.
Jevic doesn’t mandate forcing professionals to disgorge interim allowances to achieve a pro rata distribution to administrative claimants in an administrative insolvency.
Judge Barnes won’t allow a chapter 13 debtor’s counsel to be paid at the expense of secured creditors.
‘Value’ doesn’t mean ‘present value’ in Section 1325(b)(1)(A), Judge Lorch says.
Chicago parking ticket cases to be resolved in the Seventh Circuit.