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Back to Square One … Eighth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Reverses Motion to Dismiss Bankruptcy Case Based on Reversal of Three Year Old Ruling

USA - July 25 2016 We have written on other occasions on Civic Partners Sioux City, LLC. When we last wrote in 2015, the debtor had lost the last of many interlocutory…

Southern District of New York Reopens Atari’s Bankruptcy Cases

USA - May 4 2016 Until recently, In re Atari, Inc. was a closed case, but, in a recent decision, the bankruptcy court for the Southern District of New York found that…

Florida Bankruptcy Court Finds That It Should Abstain From Involuntary Cases Against Florida Real Estate Developer (No, Not THAT Florida Real Estate Developer)

USA - April 7 2016 When is a claim contingent? When is a claim subject to a bona fide dispute and who has the burden of proof? When is a claim against a person? When is…

Can a Debtor Appeal Confirmation of its own Plan? The Eighth Circuit Applies the Person-Aggrieved Doctrine

USA - February 5 2016 The bankruptcy process is often long and arduous for clients, whether debtor or creditor, and their counsel. Bankruptcy courts feel the pain, too. So…

Claim for Amount Owed in Bid Rigging Scheme Disallowed by Connecticut Bankruptcy Court

USA - January 12 2016 Rare is the decision finding that bid rigging occurred. Recently, though, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut…