District court second-guesses the sufficiency of evidence that the bankruptcy court found sufficient.
Third-party releases would have been approved even if there were no ‘safe harbor’ defense.
Philadelphia judge socks the city’s parking authority for impounding a debtor’s car twice.
A receiver who is not ‘disinterested’ can justify putting a company in bankruptcy.
Restitution payment does not qualify for the new value preference defense.
Term of the loan is the ‘relevant period’ for judging student loan dischargeability.
Despite gaining more than through chapter 7, purchasing at foreclosure is no preference.
Absent special-interest legislation for bankruptcies, insurance companies remain in limbo.
Section 303(i)(2) claim, similar to malicious prosecution, invokes Seventh Amendment jury trial rights.
Courts split on whether failure to redeem on time is fatal in a reorganization.