Non-Filing of the Creditor’s Claim Against the Debtor – How Does It Affect Court’s Jurisdiction?
The confirmation of a bankruptcy plan may not be the only authority on the basis of which preference claims may be filed. A debtor-in-possession of its estates may file claims against creditors if the bankruptcy court has authorized the debtor to do so.
Payments Received By a Conduit During the Preference Period – Are they Preferential?
Are the settlement payments from a debtor received by a law firm for its client,…Read More
Are the Debts Resulting From Agreements Changing the Scope of Business in the Ordinary Course?
Jubber v. SMC Elec. Prods. (In re C.W. Mining Co.), 798 F.3d 983, 2015 U.S….Read More
Introduction to the Bankruptcy Preference Laws – Part 1/5
Introduction to Preference Laws – This course covers basics of preference laws, elements of a…Read More