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The Eleventh Circuit Reaffirms the “Person Aggrieved” Standard

USA - April 2 2018 The Eleventh Circuit recently reaffirmed the “person aggrieved” doctrine in In re Petricca, 17-10325, 2018 WL 1020046, at *1 (11th Cir. Feb. 22, 2018)…

Lewis M. Killian,Jr.

How low can you go? A recent case demonstrates how low interest rates can go in a chapter 11 plan

USA - December 11 2014 In large chapter 11 cases, millions of dollars often hinge on the appropriate interest rate. Chapter 11 debtors may not require impaired secured…

Not so fast: a recent Florida case highlights the import of acceleration provisions in chapter 11 bankruptcy plans of reorganization

USA - December 30 2014 When a chapter 11 plan of reorganization contains no provision that allows for the full debt to be collected in the event of a debtor's nonpayment…

Husky Is Not So Lucky for Debtors - the United States Supreme Court’s Recent Opinion on the Denial of Debt Dischargeability Under Bankruptcy Code § 523(a)(2)(a)’s Actual Fraud Provision

USA - May 26 2016 On May 16, 2016, the United States Supreme Court decided the term “actual fraud” in Bankruptcy Code § 523(a)(2)(A) encompasses forms of fraud, like…

Lewis M. Killian,Jr.

Are You Caught in the Storm? What Bankruptcy Practitioners Need to Know about Hurricane Claims

USA - June 8 2016 Although it has been over ten years since a hurricane made landfall in Florida, now is the time for those involved in bankruptcy filings to consider…