Merely pleading a false statement under oath won’t beat a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim, Fifth Circuit says.
A nondischargeability judgment under Section 523 doesn’t require prejudgment interest at the lower federal rate.
Holding two advanced degrees didn’t bar the discharge of student loans.
Fraudulent intent can’t be inferred from failure to disclose assets that became worthless before bankruptcy, Tenth Circuit says.
Seven weeks apart, two circuits reach diametrically different conclusions about good faith as a defense to an intentional act that violates the discharge injunction.
Sympathy for a client won’t make up for counsel’s mistake.
High court resolves a circuit split on Section 523(a)(2)(B) and the meaning of “financial condition.”
Courts split on the dischargeability of debts incurred in the course of divorce or separation.