Estate property must be formally abandoned before the power of sale reverts to the debtor.
The circuit court’s resolution of the bankruptcy law question prevents New GM from removing new suits to federal court.
New York and Delaware judges disagree on third party releases by non-voting creditors.
Shallow constitutional foundation of the bankruptcy court justifies allowing interlocutory appeals, district judge says.
Stay violation and turnover suits held proper extraterritorial application of U.S. law.
Judge uses legislative history because Section 1114 is ambiguous.
New York offers a chapter 15 home for foreign companies hoping to avoid liquidation.
Third party liability for attorneys’ fees can leave debtor’s counsel in a worse position following nonpayment.
California’s anti-SLAPP statute is substantive, but not entirely enforceable in federal court.
GM’s ignition switch fiasco continues making bankruptcy law on deprivation of the constitutional right to notice.