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Compounding Consequences for Australian Health Insurer Following Breach

Australia - November 30 2022 Medibank, one of Australia’s largest private health insurers, detected a ransomware attack in October 2022. The attackers, believed to be part of a…

Michael F. Buchanan

SCOTUS Grants Certiorari, Remands U.S. Trustee Fee Dispute to Second Circuit

USA - October 31 2022 The ramifications of uneven increases to fees in chapter 11 bankruptcies continue to ripple through federal courts. As we discussed previously…

Daniel A. Lowenthal

For Hawaiian Golf Project, it’s Aloha New Ownership, Aloha Old Debt

USA - August 17 2022 The owners of an ambitious Hawaiian golf project in the Makaha Valley of Oahu said Aloha (hello) to new owners, and Aloha (goodbye) to old debt…

Daniel A. Lowenthal

Fiduciary Duties Waivable by Contract, Precluding Claims

USA - April 29 2022 The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan recently reminded us why Delaware choice-of-law provisions are so popular in limited partnership and other…

Daniel A. Lowenthal

Bankruptcy Court Won’t Dabble in Case Concerning a Marijuana Business

USA - February 11 2022 “[E]nsnared between his involvement in a business that is legal under the laws of Arizona but illegal under federal law,” one debtor’s chapter 13…

Daniel A. Lowenthal