Circuits are split on the date of transfer resulting from a garnishment.
The expansive definition of a ‘financial institution’ allows fraudulent transfers to be structured so that no one will ever be held liable.
Judge Thuma describes nonstatutory exceptions to the statutes of limitations in Sections 546(a) and 550(f).
The First Circuit BAP evidently believes that a transfer occurred, even though an ordinary check wasn’t cashed.
The case from the Third Circuit was not a good vehicle for granting certiorari on either issue, even though there is a circuit split on nonconsensual, third-party releases.
Claims traders are put on notice: Purchasing a claim doesn’t insulate the buyer from disallowance under Section 502(d).
An IRA is not a legal entity separate from its owner, according to Bankruptcy Judge Elizabeth E. Brown of Denver
Judge Brown of Denver elucidates a third exception to the Barton doctrine barring suits against court-appointed officials.
Eighth Circuit BAP crafts a preference rule protecting lenders in out-of-court workouts.