Practice and Procedure
Delaware district judge explains why Stern doesn’t confer the equivalent of an appeal from an interlocutory order.
Fourth Circuit again shows itself to be a debtor-friendly venue.
The appeals court avoids ruling broadly on the ability of a golden share or blocking provision to bar a company from filing bankruptcy voluntarily.
Unlike Rodney Dangerfield, Jevic workers get respect when Delaware judge rejects a new settlement they dislike.
‘Exhaustion’ is not required before compelling the IRS to return funds taken in violation of discharge.
Judge Lafferty lays out the standards for specific personal jurisdiction over a foreign defendant who received stolen property.
Testimony that’s not credible can be a ‘false oath’ leading to a denial of discharge.
Ninth Circuit opinion is prime for Supreme Court review regarding the extent of a bankruptcy court’s contempt powers.
Bankruptcy Judge Barash construes local rules to avoid invalidating a right to a jury trial.