How to ruin a good case: have your adversary arrested during mediation.
A security retainer held by a foreign liquidator’s U.S. counsel satisfies the chapter 15 requirement of property in the U.S.
Objection is not required to bar a discharge to an individual who received a chapter 7 discharge within eight years.
California judge won’t bar the debtor from settling for more than the original $6 million in compensatory damages while forsaking $40 million in punitive damages earmarked for public interest groups.
Judges uses Section 329(a) to vacate a contingency lien for more than the value of the lawyer’s services.
Differing state laws govern the exemption of tax refunds for individuals.
A tax return late by three years wasn’t ‘honest and reasonable.’
Attorney General’s oversight was avoided by shutting down a nonprofit hospital.
Split grows on whether ‘substantial contribution’ claims are limited to chapters 9 and 11.
Third-party injunctions in chapter 9 must be a financial necessity, judge says.