Supreme Court

In-depth analysis of significant bankruptcy-related Supreme Court decisions

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  • Bankruptcy & the U.S. Supreme Court1:06

    Bankruptcy & the U.S. Supreme Court

    Join leading bankruptcy scholars as they discuss will not only the most important bankruptcy decisions by the Supreme Court but also on the decision-making process that the Justices undertake.

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  • Supreme Court to Decide Whether Rejection Terminates Use of a Trademark

    Supreme Court to Decide Whether Rejection Terminates Use of a Trademark

    High court will resolve a circuit split dating back to the Fourth Circuit’s controversial Lubrizol opinion in 1985.

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  • Status Report on the Supreme Court

    Status Report on the Supreme Court

    Already primed to rule on nonjudicial foreclosure, the Supreme Court might take cases involving contempt, the automatic stay and trademarks.

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  • Rochelle's Weekly Roundup3:15

    Rochelle's Weekly Roundup

    ABI Editor-at-Large Bill Rochelle discusses how a circuit split on proving contempt could be headed for the Supreme Court. Sign up for Bill's daily e-mail featuring key case analysis delivered direc

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  • Own Houses in Different States, Claim a Homestead Exemption & Plan to Leave?

    Own Houses in Different States, Claim a Homestead Exemption & Plan to Leave?

    "The bankruptcy court in Felgner identified 10 factors from Murphy that are relevant in determining domicile: [...]"

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  • Representations to Your Representation: Pre-Argument Preview of Lamar, Archer & Cofrin LLP v. Appling

    Representations to Your Representation: Pre-Argument Preview of Lamar, Archer & Cofrin LLP v. Appling

    "[...]expect more adversary proceedings about what a debtor “obtained” from a creditor and the amount of information the creditor has about the debtor’s financial condition"

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  • Supreme Court Clarifies Power to Claw Back Transfers Made Through Financial Institutions

    Supreme Court Clarifies Power to Claw Back Transfers Made Through Financial Institutions

    A Feb. 27, 2018, decision by the U.S. Supreme Court resolved a split in the circuit courts by clarifying that a bankruptcy trustee[...] may claw back preferences and constructive fraudulent transfers.

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  • Tribune Creditors Seek Reconsideration on Implied Preemption by the ‘Safe Harbor’

    Tribune Creditors Seek Reconsideration on Implied Preemption by the ‘Safe Harbor’

    Following a suggestion made by two Supreme Court justices, Tribune creditors ask the Second Circuit to recall the mandate and remand for reconsideration in district court.

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  • Supreme Court’s Second ‘Safe Harbor’ Case Is in Limbo

    Supreme Court’s Second ‘Safe Harbor’ Case Is in Limbo

    Two justices recommend that the Second Circuit reconsider the ‘Tribune’ safe harbor decision in light of Merit Management.

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  • Week in Review with Bill Rochelle3:41

    Week in Review with Bill Rochelle

    ABI's Bill Rochelle discusses two key opinions handed down from both the Supreme Court and the Second Circuit.

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  • Legal Scholars Examine Impact of SCOTUS Ruling in Merit v. FTI39:02

    Legal Scholars Examine Impact of SCOTUS Ruling in Merit v. FTI

    The Supreme Court on Feb. 27 ruled in Merit Management Group, LP v. FTI Consulting, Inc. (16-784) that the only relevant transfer for purposes of the §546(e) safe harbor is the transfer that the trust

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  • Supreme Court Narrowly Interprets the Safe Harbor, Overrules the Majority of Circuits

    Supreme Court Narrowly Interprets the Safe Harbor, Overrules the Majority of Circuits

    Intermediate transfers to financial institutions do not trigger the safe harbor.

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  • Circuit Split: Is a Deposit into a Debtor’s Bank Account a “Transfer” Under § 101(54)?

    Circuit Split: Is a Deposit into a Debtor’s Bank Account a “Transfer” Under § 101(54)?

    [...]Is a deposit or wire transfer into a debtor’s bank account a “transfer” within the meaning of § 101(54)? The legislative history behind § 101(54) suggests that the answer is “Yes.”

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  • Supreme Court Grants Certiorari in a Third Bankruptcy Case This Term

    Supreme Court Grants Certiorari in a Third Bankruptcy Case This Term

    High court to decide whether a false oral statement about one asset results in nondischargeability.

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  • If Jevic Is Your Problem, Litigation Finance Might Be Your Solution

    If Jevic Is Your Problem, Litigation Finance Might Be Your Solution

    In Jevic, SCOTUS ruled that the distribution scheme in a dismissal order must follow the absolute priority rule. Litigation finance can help when there are insufficient assets to satisfy creditors.

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  • Case Analysis You Can't Get Anywhere Else

    Case Analysis You Can't Get Anywhere Else

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  • Would Free-and-Clear Jurisprudence Hold Up Before the Supreme Court?

    Would Free-and-Clear Jurisprudence Hold Up Before the Supreme Court?

    The Supreme Court's trend of strictly reading statutory text suggests that it may find that well-accepted practices that advance functional policy objectives might be unsupportable by the Code's text.

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  • Supreme Court Might Grant ‘Cert’ to Resolve a Split on Dischargeability

    Supreme Court Might Grant ‘Cert’ to Resolve a Split on Dischargeability

    Solicitor General believes oral misrepresentation of one asset does not result in nondischargeability.

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