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Nelson v. Midland Credit Management, Inc.

Citation: 
Nelson v. Midland Credit Management, Inc., Case No. 15-2984 (8th Cir. 2016)
Ruling: 
The filing of an accurate and complete proof of claim on a time-barred debt is not false, deceptive, misleading, unfair, or unconscionable under the FDCPA.
Judge(s): 
Wollman, Benton, Shepherd
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Gaines v. Parker (In re Shaver Lakewoods Development Inc.)

Citation: 
9th Cir. Bankrupcy Appellate Panel Case No. EC-15-1312-TaJuD (Not or Publication)
Ruling: 
The BAP agreed that the assignment in favor of the Appellant did not give rise to a mortgage against the real property at issue. The terms of the agreement between the Appellant and Debtor did not rise to level ...
Judge(s): 
Honorable TAYLOR, JURY, and DUNN, Bankruptcy Judges.
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Ivaldy v. U.S.

Citation: 
___ Fed. App'x ___, 2016 WL 3627055.
Ruling: 
Affirmed dismissal for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. The Claims Court, as a court of limited jurisdiction, correctly held that it lacked jurisdiction to review the Fifth Amendment takings claim on the grounds that such a claim would require ...
Judge(s): 
Circuit Judges Lourie, Wallach, and Hughes, per curiam.
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Fla. Agency for Health Care Admin. v. Bayou Shores SNF, LLC (In re Bayou Shores SNF, LLC)

Citation: 
Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, United States of America v. Bayou Shores SNF, LLC (In re Bayou Shores SNF, LLC), Case No. 15-13731 (11th Cir. July 11, 2016).
Ruling: 
The Eleventh Circuit held that the bankruptcy court erred as a matter of law when it exercised subject matter jurisdiction over certain provider agreements. By virtue of Medicare’s jurisdictional bar provided by 42 U.S.C. § 405(h), the bankruptcy court ...
Judge(s): 
Hull, Carnes, and Clevenger, Circuit Judges
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Marshall v. Honeywell Technology Systems Inc, et al.

Citation: 
Marshall v. Honeywell Technology Systems Inc. No. 14-7190 (July 12, 2016)
Ruling: 
The district court did not abuse its discretion in holding that the Debtor's non-disclosure of the underlying discrimination complaint on the ground of judicial estoppel, stemming from her failure to disclose the lawsuit and related administrative proceedings on the schedules ...
Judge(s): 
Before Karen LeCraft Henderson and Thomas B. Griffith, Circuit Judges, and Senior Circuit Judge A. Raymond Randolph. Senior Circuit Judge Randolph filed the opinion of the Court, with a reasoned dissent by Circuit Judge Griffith.
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