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Denial of Discharge for Violating Securities Laws Made Easier to Prove, Circuit Says

Sarbanes-Oxley nails securities fraudsters who file bankruptcy.

Arbitration Agreements Held Unenforceable in WARN Act Litigation

Delaware’s Judge Shannon protects workers’ rights, disagreeing with some circuit courts.

Subordination Clause Held Ineligible for Arbitration

Creditors bat 500 this fall when trying to compel arbitration in the Southern District of New York.

Religious Court Had No Pecuniary Interest and Thus Lacked Standing to Appeal

Rabbinical court was barred from attaching an injunction under the First Amendment.

New York District Judges Disagree on Arbitrating Violations of the Discharge Injunction

Important bankruptcy class action cases heading for the Second Circuit.