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11th Circuit – Creditor Cannot Pursue Pre-Petition Fraudulent Transfer Claims Against Debtor for Non-Dischargeable Debt; Establishes Standard of Review for In re Jet Florida.

In SuVicMon Development, Inc. v. Morrison, __ F.3d __, 2021 WL 1136546 (11th Cir. March 25, 2021) (click here for .pdf), the plaintiffs are three corporations that sued the Debtor for fraud and securities violations in state court. Plaintiffs subsequently amended the complaint to include fraudulent transfer claims against Debtor and his two sons. Debtor… Continue Reading

Fourth Circuit: Debtors Entitled To Full National And Local Standard Amount Of Expenses If They Incur An Expense In That Category.

Our neighbors to the north recently had a key, debtor-friendly, decision in a Chapter 7 case regarding what expenses may be used in the means test calculations.  In In re Jackson, 2017 WL 59011, Ch. 7 No. 16-1358 (4th Cir., January 5, 2017) the debtors had used the entire amount allowed by the “National and… Continue Reading

New Means Test Figures For Cases Filed After January 1, 2008

"Updated" Means Test Numbers for October 1, 2008.  If the numbers look similar, it is because they did not change.   Median Income For Georgia Household Size Current Median (pre 1/1/2008) New Median (10/1/2008)           1     $38,086      $39,253           2     $50,001      $52,055           3     $57,254      $59,668           4*… Continue Reading

3rd Cir. – Section 546 Statute of Limitations Expired Prior To Election of “Permanent Trustee,” Thus Barring Avoidance Actions

By: Scott B. Riddle, Esq. This opinion could by very important in Chapter 11 (or 13) cases that are nearing their two-year anniversary and in danger of conversion. In Singer, Trustee v. Franklin Boxboard Co. (In re American Pad & Paper, Co.), No. 05-1379, 2007 Bankr. LEXIS 4792 (3rd Cir. March 2, 2006), the Chapter 11 Order… Continue Reading