Lease-approval order held moot under Section 363(m) for lack of a stay pending appeal.
Florida judge finds no duty to investigate suspicions of fraud when even the auditors had been duped.
Courts are split on whether personal liability to produce suppliers results in a nondischargeable debt under Section 523(a)(4).
Compensation for brain injury is a disability payment, not payment on a tort claim.
Courts are split on the interpretation of BAPCPA’s treatment of automatically rejected leases in chapter 7.
Supreme Court’s subsequent Epic decision casts doubt on opinions overriding arbitration agreements in the bankruptcy context.
‘Exhaustion’ is not required before compelling the IRS to return funds taken in violation of discharge.
Filing a proof of claim would have precluded a jury trial in a fraudulent transfer suit.
A chapter 13 plan is in good faith even if retirement plan contributions are 10 times more than payments to creditors.
Decisions to surrender aren’t made in ‘perpetuity,’ Judge Isicoff holds.