The Fourth Circuit had recently held that both individuals and corporations in subchapter V of chapter 11 are barred from discharging debts that are nondischargeable under Section 523(a).
The IRS and Census methods for determining the size of a ‘household’ undercount or overcount economic realities, judge says.
Once the debtor loses the right to do business, taking customers for no consideration isn’t a fraudulent transfer, Judge Isgur holds.
Texas judge rules in favor of the debtor on an issue similar to the question coming before the Supreme Court in Bartenwerfer.
Jury instructions and a special verdict form can determine whether issue preclusion automatically results in nondischargeability.
When a secured lender credit bids, a buyer’s premium can be a legitimate surcharge against the lender’s collateral, Judge Rodriguez says.
Death is a reason for waiving the requirement for completing a financial management course.
Status as a ‘known’ or ‘unknown’ creditor misses the point when a lease was either assumed or rode through the chapter 11 case, Judge Jernigan says.
Plan amendments in chapter 13 must come before the debtors make their final payments to the trustee.
A lender’s breach of a factoring agreement forced a company into bankruptcy that would have survived otherwise, Judge Jernigan says.