The battle continues in Chicago over using chapter 13 to beat parking tickets.
Student loan debtor ineligible for chapter 7 may pursue chapter 13 even with too much unsecured debt, Judge Catherine J. Furay says.
On direct appeal, Seventh Circuit upholds Bankruptcy Judge Thorne by allowing chapter 13 debtors to retain anticipated refunds from earned income tax credits.
Illinois judge interprets Rule 3002.1 as being ‘debtor-friendly,’ not as creating new grounds for denial of a chapter 13 discharge.
Overlay divorce and bankruptcy, and you’ve got a big mess.
Fraudulent transfer suit isn’t always required to recover fraudulently transferred property.
Opinion does not mean that a DIP financing lien terminates when collateral is transferred.
If a preference theory fails, try fraudulent transfer.
Large student loans do not justify dismissal of a chapter 13 case when chapter 11 is the only alternative, Bankruptcy Judge Janet S. Baer says.
Chicago judge finds flexibility for granting ‘protection’ claims under Section 543(c)(1).