District judge in Indiana holds that the automatic stay only ends as to the debtor’s property after a repeat filing, not also as to estate property.
A voluntary chapter 11 case is neither a ‘suit’ nor a ‘claim’ against a debtor giving rise to an insurer’s duty to defend.
Indiana bankruptcy and district judges rule that secured lenders are only entitled to ‘adequate protection’ until the debtor’s counsel’s allowed fees have been paid in full.
Supreme Court’s Epic decision may end up forcing debtors to arbitrate dischargeability of loans.
Jevic doesn’t mandate forcing professionals to disgorge interim allowances to achieve a pro rata distribution to administrative claimants in an administrative insolvency.
‘Value’ doesn’t mean ‘present value’ in Section 1325(b)(1)(A), Judge Lorch says.
BAPCPA amendments were a mess but cleaned up one issue on reclamation, according to Judge Graham.
Notre Dame football tickets are not necessary for a fresh start.
‘Related to’ jurisdiction arises only if unsecured creditors are affected, judge holds.
Indiana judge parts company with other courts in helping out a guardian ad litem.