An unreasonable but good faith, subjective belief that there is no injunction bars a finding of contempt in the Ninth Circuit.
The deadline for objecting to discharge can be extended under Rule 4004(d) after the deadline has passed.
The rate of post-judgment interest on a nondischargeable debt depends on whether there was a judgment before or after filing, the Ninth Circuit BAP says.
Bullard did not undermine the automatic appealability of orders granting or denying homestead exemptions.
A post-petition transfer occurs when an ordinary check is honored, not when it is delivered.
Filing bankruptcy won’t divest a district court of maritime jurisdiction, and a bankruptcy court can’t adjudicate maritime lien rights.
Neither oral statements nor emails are sanctionable under Rule 9011, Judge Pappas says.
Montana judge cuts committee counsel’s interim allowance to rates charged by debtor’s counsel.
Jewel has now been formally rejected in New York and California. Washington, D.C. is next.
Debtor must violate criminal law to justify dismissal, concurring opinion says.