‘Disinterestedness’ doesn’t apply to a foreign representative in chapter 15.
Madoff trustee racks up two victories in one day.
Another New York judge refuses to send a case to Delaware.
FTC allowed to continue contempt proceedings for failure to pay restitution.
Pipeline companies strike out again in New York on Texas law question.
Few U.S. connections required for ‘specific jurisdiction’ over a foreign lender.
Circuits split on whether Section 510(b) killed off the exception to the Rule of Explicitness.
Will the Second Circuit follow the Ninth with a broad reading of Barton v. Barbour?
Decision draws the line between common claims and those particular to individual creditors.
New York district judge keeps a lawsuit out of the hands of a Delaware bankruptcy judge.