In matrimonial cases, courts find creative reasons for not avoiding a lien that impairs an exemption.
A subsequent transferee may be entitled to challenge a fraudulent transfer judgment from a prior suit against the initial transferee.
Florida case raises the question of whether the Supreme Court will eventually give bankruptcy a general exemption from arbitration, or an exemption only for core proceedings.
A chapter 13 plan that improperly modifies a home mortgage remains binding unless the lender has objected to confirmation.
Former NFL players with neurological impairment can file bankruptcy and exempt payments under league’s concussion settlement.
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.