A fast-food worker can (conceivably) qualify as a small business debtor under Subchapter V, according to Bankruptcy Judge Thomas B. McNamara.
Judge McNamara of Denver allowed chapter 13 debtors to keep all of a $46,500 personal injury settlement received before filing.
The contemnor shoulders the burden of showing ‘uncertainty’ under the Taggart standard for contempt, Judge Barnes says.
Another judge follows statutory language that didn’t achieve the result Congress probably intended.
The UCC protects retainers in the hands of lawyers from secured lenders bent on glomming their collateral.
Lower courts are split on whether an exempt asset is included in the calculation of “projected disposable income” in chapter 13.
An IRA is not a legal entity separate from its owner, according to Bankruptcy Judge Elizabeth E. Brown of Denver
Judge Brown of Denver elucidates a third exception to the Barton doctrine barring suits against court-appointed officials.
Bankruptcy Judge Elizabeth Brown of Denver differs with Bankruptcy Judge Michelle Harner of Baltimore on the interpretation of Bankruptcy Rule 3002(c)(6).
Courts are split on whether all educational loans are nondischargeable as an educational benefit.