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Gordon v. Bank of America, N.A. (In re Gordon)

Citation: 
Appeal Nos. 12-1140, 12-1143 (Consolidated), 10th Circuit Court of Appeals
Ruling: 
Pahs' appeal of the reversal of his confirmation order was dismissed as moot. Pahs' failure to remain current on his plan payments while his appeal was pending resulted in the dismissal of his bankruptcy case. Therefore, the 10th ...
Judge(s): 
Gorsuch, Ebel, and O'Brien, Circuit Judges. Opinion by Ebel
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Thomas v. Federal National Mortgage Association (In re Thomas)

Citation: 
United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the 10th Circuit, Appeal No. WO-13-029.
Ruling: 
The BAP affirmed the bankruptcy court's order confirming that Appellee had standing as a "party in interest" to seek a comfort order under 11 U.S.C. section 362(j), reviewing the bankruptcy court's factual findings under the "clearly erroneous" standard of review. ...
Judge(s): 
Karlin, Romero, and Jacobvitz, Bankruptcy Judges. Opinion by Karlin.
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Rushton v. SMC Electrical Products, Inc (In re C.W. Mining Company)

Citation: 
United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel of the Tenth Circuit, No. UT-13-026
Ruling: 
The BAP affirmed the bankruptcy court's ruling, on summary judgment, that the debt between the debtor and creditor-defendant was incurred in the ordinary course of the parties' businesses, and the alleged preferential payment was made in the ordinary course of ...
Judge(s): 
Cornish, Karlin, and Romero, Bankruptcy Judges. Opinion by Judge Karlin.
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Robert G. Wing v. Bernard C. Buchanan, et al.

Citation: 
U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit, Case No. 12-4123; Appeal from the U.S. District Court, District of Utah, Case No. 2:08-cv-00803
Ruling: 
The 10th Circuit reversed the summary judgment order and remanded the case. At issue was the applicable statute of limitations. The limitations period under Utah's UFTA is four years from the date of the transfer, or if later, ...
Judge(s): 
Briscoe, Chief Judge; Brorby, Senior Circuit Judge; and Murphy, Circuit Judge.
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Maestas v. Old World Construction, Inc. (In re Maestas)

Citation: 
BAP No. CO-12-100, Appeal from U.S. Bankr. Ct., D. Colo., Case No. 12-20125
Ruling: 
The BAP held that the appeal was not rendered moot by the abandonment of the property, and affirmed the bankruptcy court's order denying the debtors' claim of exemption. The BAP held that the appeal was not moot because: (1) ...
Judge(s): 
Michael, Jacobvitz, and Marker. Opinion by Hon. Joel T. Marker, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge, District of Utah.
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