Fairness and economic realities persuade Judge Jernigan to insulate a contractor from a preference claim.
Congress may have intended to preclude ‘stay and pay,’ but it didn’t succeed.
A crisis befalls smaller companies that can’t afford the huge increase in U.S. Trustee fees.
A non-objecting creditor is bound by a third-party release even if the release may have been improper.
Judge in Dallas lays out the procedure for transferring venue from a district court to a bankruptcy court in another district.
Expert testimony might have given the creditor a market rate of interest, not a rate lower than inflation.
Where the courts are split for lack of specific statutory authority, Judge Robert Jones finds discretion to allow conversion from chapter 12 to chapter 11.
Constitutionally sufficient notice of a bar date may not preclude the use of a class proof of claim under Bankruptcy Rule 7023, Judge Hale says.
Required records and authenticated documents already known to exist are not protected from production by the privilege against self-incrimination.
Fifth Circuit’s liberal rule on allowing an informal proof of claim is interpreted liberally.