When it comes to attachment and perfection of a security interest, the devil is in the details.
Courts disagree on whether a trustee may recover proceeds of a fraudulent transfer from a later transferee, not only the fraudulently transferred property itself.
Finding ‘undue hardship’ held not to require discharging all student loan debt.
Pre-bankruptcy planning was ‘creative’ but didn’t succeed in enlarging the debtor’s exemptions.
The bankruptcy court is no longer a court of equity; here’s another example.
Remedies available to a bankruptcy judge are limited when granting a partial discharge of student loans.
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Kansas judge differs with a non-precedential Tenth Circuit opinion on Rooker-Feldman.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.