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Double Trouble: The Executory Effect of a Clerical Error

USA - April 5 2019 On February 28, 2019, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas issued an opinion in In re TM Village, Ltd. (Bankr. N.D...

Second Liens Beware Delaware Bankruptcy Court Finds De Facto Claim Subordination Under Intercreditor Agreement

USA - January 10 2019 On December 27, 2018, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware issued an opinion in In re La Paloma...

Ryan Preston Dahl, Daniel Dokos.

Seventh Circuit Affirms Summary Judgment Decision Piercing the Corporate Veil Considering Egregious and Uncontested Facts

USA - September 25 2018 In the recent decision William R. Lee Irrevocable Trust v. Lee (In re Lee), the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a bankruptcy court’s...

In Advance Watch, SDNY Bankruptcy Court Offers How-To Guide on Serving Process on Foreign Defendants and Applies Broad Implied Consent Standard under Stern and Wellness

USA - July 5 2018 In a recent opinion from the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Glenn determined it was appropriate in three adversary...

Ronit J. Berkovich.

Upon Further Review, Ninth Circuit Finds No Flag On the Play - Creditor Allowed to Block Tackle a Cram-Up Plan Following Claims Purchases

USA - June 29 2018 A creditor’s control of votes in a class of claims can be a powerful means of influencing the outcome of a debtor’s chapter 11 plan confirmation...

David Griffiths.