California Northern District
Judge Lafferty lays out the standards for specific personal jurisdiction over a foreign defendant who received stolen property.
A security retainer held by a foreign liquidator’s U.S. counsel satisfies the chapter 15 requirement of property in the U.S.
A tax return late by three years wasn’t ‘honest and reasonable.’
Ninth Circuit can split with the Second on bar to removal of suits under the ’33 Securities Act.
A ‘profound impact’ on an estate does not by itself result in a ‘core’ claim.
District judge follows Ninth Circuit BAP on stay termination for serial filers.
District Court says Supreme Court did not impliedly overrule Ninth Circuit’s Johnson decision.
Ninth Circuit B.A.P. and Third Circuit duke it out over Section 1123(b)(5).
Advanced degrees for once were no bar to discharging student loans.
Bankruptcy mavens, take note: Late-filing fines for tax returns kick in Oct. 15.