New York Eastern District
Section 502(b)(4) shields debtors from overreaching lawyers in a new context.
Children were the initial transferees of tuition payments, thus giving schools the ‘good faith’ defense to fraudulent transfers.
Yet another example of how hard cases make bad law.
Limited knowledge of English and ‘nuances’ in legal terms saved debtor from a fatal admission.
Mortgage payments are considered ‘under the plan’ even if made by the chapter 13 debtors directly.
Segal v. Rochelle prevented a personal injury claim from becoming estate property.
Using a different approach, Judge Grossman agrees with the minority on Section 362(c)(3)(A).
Lower courts are tending to disagree with two circuits on Section 1322(b)(2).
Parents who benefitted from son’s secret ownership couldn’t claim title.
Without service by certified mail, a bank is not compelled to respond to a complaint.