Breaching a covenant not to compete does not give rise to a claim, because the primary remedy is equitable.
Innocent mistake turns into a $6,000 sanction for ‘willful failure to cooperate.’
Kansas judge differs with a non-precedential Tenth Circuit opinion on Rooker-Feldman.
Trend continues in broadly interpreting Barton v. Barbour.
Kansas judge strictly enforces rules on filing dischargeability complaints.
Bad policy choice in chapter 13 is an issue for Congress, not the courts, judge says.