Judge Grabill would have given commercial creditors either their own committee or special counsel given the different interests of sexual abuse claimants.
A former bankruptcy judge, now a district judge, makes important law on involuntary petitions.
Judge Grabill finds nothing in Section 1329(d) to preclude extending the duration of a plan if payments were already in default when the CARES Act was enacted on March 27.
Insurance companies must nail down the treatment of performance bonds before plan confirmation.
More than 600 cases have already been filed under the SBRA since subchapter V of chapter 11 became effective in February.
Bankruptcy judge finds no statutory power for a chapter 13 trustee to prosecute a lawsuit that the debtor was judicially estopped for pursuing.
New Orleans district judge finds discretion in Fifth and Ninth Circuit authority for jurisdiction over an appeal after dismissal of the underlying bankruptcy case.
Law firm suspended 90 days for multiple violations of rules of professional conduct.
A creditor’s expenses in removing its equipment after contract rejection is not entitled to administrative status.
Lower courts split three ways on 401(k) contributions and the calculation of disposable income in chapter 13.