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New Bankruptcy Rule 3007(b) Alters Applicability of Res Judicata

When objecting to claims, new Rule 3007(b) means debtors are not required to assert counterclaims that would be adversary proceedings.
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Circuits Split, Judge Teel Earmarks Collateral Surcharges for All ‘Admin’ Creditors

Law v. Siegel didn’t insulate professionals from disgorging interim fee awards.

An Allowance of Compensation Is Not a Money Judgment, Judge Teel Holds

Decision shows why fee awards are difficult to collect after dismissal.

Circuit Demands that Prefiling Injunctions Be Clear and Precise

Constitutional principles create a loophole for frivolous litigation.

Standards Governing Judicial Estoppel Appeals Are Debated in the D.C. Circuit

Majority in D.C. Circuit are flexible on judicial estoppel summary judgment motions.
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