Equitable nature of substantive consolidation requires notice to creditors of non-debtors who might be affected.
An action that could violate the FDCPA may not be a violation of the discharge injunction.
Bankruptcy Judge Carol A. Doyle parses the limited duties of a chapter 7 debtor to the estate.
A debtor’s assertion of estate claims implicates ‘real party in interest,’ not Article III standing, circuit court says.
Judge Garrity in New York adopts a narrow view of ‘commercial information’ that may be redacted in a court filing.
An Alabama case shows how Taggart heightened the pleading standards for a complaint alleging a violation of the discharge injunction.