Expert testimony might have given the creditor a market rate of interest, not a rate lower than inflation.
Chief District Judge in New York rules that ‘core’ jurisdiction includes non-consensual, third-party releases in confirmation orders.
Section 1322(c) allows a debtor to cure a mortgage default so long as the foreclosure deed was not recorded before bankruptcy.
Judge Glenn in Manhattan straightens up some of the mess created when GM didn’t disclose ignition switch defects before confirmation.
Delaware district judge rules that the bankruptcy court has final adjudicatory power to include third-party releases in confirmation orders.
Judge Flatley avoids taking sides in the Second/Third Circuit split.
Judge Barnes won’t allow a chapter 13 debtor’s counsel to be paid at the expense of secured creditors.
‘Value’ doesn’t mean ‘present value’ in Section 1325(b)(1)(A), Judge Lorch says.