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Gaft, et al. v. Sheidler (In re Sheidler)

Citation: 
Case No. 15-8011 (6th Cir. BAP 2016)
Ruling: 
Creditor could not prevail in adversary to except debt from discharge based on fraud where evidence indicated that statements made by debtor either were statements of opinion or were statements that were true when made. Debtor could not be ...
Judge(s): 
Harrison, Humphrey and Preston
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Wilson v. Desert Realty, Inc. (In re Lindsey)

Citation: 
BAP Nos. NV-14-1583-KiDJu & NV-15-1071-KiDJu (BAP 9th Cir. Mar. 21, 2016)
Ruling: 
BAP for 9th Circuit reversed and remanded two orders of the bankruptcy court (D. Nev.) (a) dismissing debtor's complaint against a landlord for alleged violation of the codebtor stay under s 1301 and (b) awarding landlord its attorney's fees and ...
Judge(s): 
Kirscher, Dunn, Jury
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Tendering Phones Holders, et al. Large Private Beneficial Owners, et al. (In re Tribune Company Fraudulent Conveyance Litigation)

Citation: 
13-3992-cv
Ruling: 
Affirm the District Court's dismissal of the complaint, on preemption rather than standing grounds. The rights of creditors to bring state law, fraudulent conveyance claims not limited in the hands of a trustee et al. by Bankruptcy Code section ...
Judge(s): 
Winter, Droney & Hellerstein
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Gil-de la Madrid v. Bowles Custom Pools & Spa (In re Gil-de la Madrid)

Citation: 
1st Circuit No. 14-2340
Ruling: 
Bankruptcy court affirmed.
Judge(s): 
Thompson, Hawkins (of the 9th Circuit, author), and Barron.
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Estate of Stanley Cora v. Jahrling (In re Jahrling)

Citation: 
Estate of Stanley Cora v. Jahrling (In re Jahrling), Case No. 15-2252 (7th Cir. Mar. 18, 2016)
Ruling: 
Legal malpractice judgment entered against the debtor was not dischargeable because the judgment was for a "defalcation while acting in a fiduciary capacity." The Court held that although legal malpractice judgments and/or judgments resulting from an attorney's violation of ...
Judge(s): 
Kanne, Rovner, and Hamilton
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