Zutrau v. Zutrau (In re Zutrau)

Citation:
BAP NO. MB 16-029 (1st Circuit, Feb 16,2017) Published
Case Status:
Affirmed
Ruling:
The Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the First Circuit AFFIRMED the amended judgment of the bankruptcy court finding that certain debts owed to the Debtor's sister were nondischargable under section...
Judge(s):
Deasy, Tester, and Finkle
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Chu v. State of Texas (In the Matter of Chu)

Citation:
No. 15-11001 (5th Circuit, Feb 09,2017) Published
Case Status:
Affirmed
Ruling:
Fifth Circuit affirmed ruling of district court (N.D Tex.), which affirmed bankruptcy court's entry of summary judgment in favor of creditor on objection to chapter 7 debtor's discharge. State of...
Judge(s):
Jolly, Higginbotham, Graves
Tag(s):

Lardas v. Gricic, et al.

Citation:
15-1685, 15-1704, 16-2913, 16-4210 (7th Circuit, Feb 03,2017) Published
Case Status:
Affirmed
Ruling:
Stemming from long-running litigation between the parties, the court affirmed the judgments of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois that dismissed a claim for...
Judge(s):
Wood, Easterbrook, Hamilton
Tag(s):

In re Kempff (Appeal of Farley)

Citation:
15-3200 (7th Circuit, Jan 30,2017) Published
Case Status:
Affirmed
Ruling:
To prevail on a fraudulent transfer claim under § 727(a)(2), the plaintiff must demonstrate by a preponderance of the evidence that the defendant actually intended to hinder, delay, or defraud a...
Judge(s):
Wood, Sykes, Hamilton (Sykes)
Tag(s):

Rupp v. Pearson

Citation:
Rupp v. Pearson, Case No. 15-4191 (10th Cir. November 7, 2016). Unpublished.
Ruling:
It is not necessary to show fraud when seeking to dismiss a case when a debtor is attempting to hinder or delay creditors and, at the pleading stage, it is not necessary that the inference of...
Judge(s):
Tymkovich, Hartz, Phillips
Tag(s):

Church Joint Venture, L.P. v. Blasingame

Citation:
Sixth Circuit BAP Case Nos. 15-8008/8025; File No. 16b006p.06
Ruling:
The BAP affirms the Bankruptcy Court order denying the debtors a discharge under 11 U.S.C. Sec. 727(a)(4); and affirms in part, and reverses in part bankruptcy court orders striking items...
Judge(s):
Harrison, Humphrey and Preston; opinion by Preston.
Tag(s):

Kvassay v. Kvassay (In re Kvassay)

Citation:
Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Case No. CC-15-1420-KiTaKu (October 6, 2106) Not for Publication
Ruling:
The Bankruptcy Appellate Panel affirmed the bankruptcy court's ruling denying Peter E. Kvassay ("Debtor") motion for order to show cause why Robert V. Kvassay ("Creditor") should not be sanctioned...
Judge(s):
Honorable KIRSCHER, TAYLOR and KURTZ
Tag(s):

J&R Investment v. Anthony (In re Anthony)

Citation:
J&R Investment v. Anthony (In re Anthony), Case No. 15-4161 (10th Cir. Aug. 29, 2016)
Ruling:
Bankruptcy court did not err in its determination that (1) plaintiff did not meet is prima facie case for revocation of discharge, (2) that the burden of persuasion did not shift to the defendant...
Judge(s):
Hartz, Murphy, and Phillips
Tag(s):

Emmert, et al. v. Taggart (In re Taggart)

Citation:
BAP No. OR-15-1119-JuKiF & BAP No. OR-15-1158-JuKiF (BAP 9th Cir. Apr. 12, 2016)
Ruling:
The BAP for the 9th Circuit reversed the ruling of the bankruptcy court (D. Or.) finding appellants in contempt for violating debtor's discharge injunction, finding the bankruptcy court erred by...
Judge(s):
Jury, Kirscher, Faris
Tag(s):

Vaughan v. Weinstein (In re Vaughan)

Citation:
BAP No. NV-15-1254-JuKiD (BAP 9th Cir. Feb. 29, 2016) (unpublished)
Ruling:
The BAP for the 9th Circuit affirmed summary judgment entered by the bankruptcy court (D. Nev.) revoking the discharge of a chapter 7 debtor for failing to appear at a 2004 exam. The BAP agreed...
Judge(s):
Jury, Kirscher, Dunn
Tag(s):

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