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BC Healthcare Restructuring Update: R CSR’s O-U-T? Less U.S. Gov’t $$ More 11s . . . ?

USA - October 18 2017 Ok, if your attention span is anything like ours, all this wonky stuff about the ins and outs of the Affordable Care Act (or “ObamaCare,” as most of...

Leah Fiorenza McNeill, Jacob Johnson.


Bankruptcy Bulletin Blamed for Blabbing Bondholders; New York Court Appoints Itself Arbiter of Who is “Legitimate Media”

USA - April 9 2017 We are all very used to (and very bored of) the on-going debate of what actually constitutes “the media” or “legitimate news.” In most instances, this...


Supreme Court Completely Endorses Critical Vendor Theory! Well, Not Completely. But Almost!

USA - March 23 2017 We at the Bankruptcy Cave are not very surprised by the ruling yesterday in Czyzewski v. Jevic Holding Corp. The Supreme Court in Jevic reviewed a...

Leah Fiorenza McNeill.


No Trustee Left Behind - Another Bankruptcy Court Requires Colleges to Return Tuition to the Bankruptcy Estate

USA - February 13 2017 Another bankruptcy trustee catches another hapless college unaware. In Roach v. Skidmore College (In re Dunston), Bankr. S.D. Ga. (Jan 31, 2017), a...


A Debtor’s Allegedly False Financial Statement Doesn’t, At All, Excuse a Lack of Lender Diligence

USA - January 9 2017 A decision rendered during the sometimes peaceful interlude between Christmas and New Year’s is worth reading, and heeding. Hurston v. Anzo (In re...