The court determined that the debtors had previously released the asserted claims.
The court holds in pari delicto defense is applicable to certain of the trustee's claims against the bank.
The court denies a motion filed by a committee of unsecured creditors seeking derivative standing.
By Curtis S. Miller and William M. Alleman Jr.
Judge Kevin Carey provides significant guidance to debtors and landlords calculating rejection damages claims.
By Siddharth P. Sisodia
A challenging endeavor made easy.
By Edward Clarkson III
Jevic is the first circuit court decision to affirmatively rule on the issue of whether the Bankruptcy Code allows for structured dismissals.
A discussion of timely issues and strategies to pursue to protect you and your clients from unwitting loss or limitation of applicable privilege. (54:32)
Updates from the Trenches: Developments Following the Implementation of the Revised U.S. Trustee Fee Guidelines
Numerous professionals and courts have been faced with the Revised Fee Guidelines and their application in large Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. (1:33:31)
Three highly esteemed Fifth Circuit bankruptcy judges discuss timely restructuring hot topics. (1:02:48)
Delaware litigators Marcos Ramos and Rachel Biblo explain why you might need to put in a little extra time to fully understand the unique nature of bankruptcy settlements.
New guidelines help clarify and codify rules pertaining to trustee fees. Curtis Miller outlines the seven major changes to the guidelines and hints at their implications for the future.
Bankruptcy attorney Mark Platt examines how litigating in bankruptcy court is different from litigating in state court. (08:01 min)
The Bankruptcy & Insolvency Litigation Committee is holding a meeting at the Section Annual Conference 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The latest issue of the Bankruptcy Litigation newsletter is now available.
The Bankruptcy & Insolvency Litigation Committee is looking for authors for articles about bankruptcy and related cases. Please contact Dan DeFranceschi for more information.