A ‘cert’ petition is in the works to resolve the circuit split from Lubrizol regarding the rejection of trademark licenses.
Can plaintiffs sue Puerto Rico government officials in their individual capacities? Two district judges disagree.
Caselaw is evolving on the applicability of the automatic stay to ordinary litigation against Puerto Rico and its governmental officials.
An unreasonable but good faith, subjective belief that there is no injunction bars a finding of contempt in the Ninth Circuit.
The battle continues in Chicago over using chapter 13 to beat parking tickets.
Unique facts were again the basis for a result seemingly at odds with the statute.
For swaps, the Section 560 safe harbor overrides the anti-ipso facto provisions in the Bankruptcy Code.