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In re: Chandra Berry

Citation:
21-8005/8007 (6th Circuit, Sep 09,2022) Not Published
Case Status:
Affirmed
Ruling:
The BAP for the 6th Circuit affirmed the bankruptcy court (W.D. Tenn.) which granted in part and denied in part the Debtor’s motion for contempt. The BAP ruled that the bankruptcy court did not...
Judge(s):
BAUKNIGHT, GUSTAFSON, and MASHBURN
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Flanders v. Lawrence (In re Flanders)

Citation:
Flanders v. Lawrence, et al. (In re Flanders), Case No. CO-14-055 (10th Cir. BAP August 5, 2015). Unpublished.
Ruling:
While the Rooker-Feldman doctrine did not prevent the bankruptcy court from exercising jurisdiction over debtor’s claim against the defendants’ for violation of the discharge injunction since...
Judge(s):
Michael, Karlin, Hall (Michael)
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In re Charles Edward Taylor, II

Citation:
In re Taylor, No. 14–3017, 2015 WL 4393732, --- F.3d --- (7th Cir. July 20, 2015)
Ruling:
Affirming the district court, the Seventh Circuit first held that the appeal was not moot even though the debtor had entered into a settlement agreement with one of the appellees because the other...
Judge(s):
Wood, Chief Judge; Rovner, Circuit Judge; and Springmann, District Judge (sitting by designation)
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Song v. Lee (In re Lee)

Citation:
In re Lee, BAP No. NC-14-1423-DKiTa (9th Cir. B.A.P. June 29, 2015).
Ruling:
The bankruptcy court properly imposed contempt sanctions on creditors for violating the discharge injunction. Not-for-publication memorandum.
Judge(s):
Randall L. Dunn, Ralph B. Kirscher, and Laura S. Taylor, Bankruptcy Judges.
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Faden v. Segal (In re Segal)

Citation:
9th Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Nos. CC-14-1175-KuPaTa and CC-14-1224-KuPaTa
Ruling:
In the unpublished decisions, the 9th Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel ("BAP") affirmed the bankruptcy court's ruling holding creditor Stephen Fade ("Faden") in contempt based on Faden knowing a...
Judge(s):
KURTZ, PAPPAS and TAYLOR, Bankruptcy Judges
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Fina v. Fina (In re Fina)

Citation:
Fina v. Fina (In re Fina), No. 12-2526, 2014 WL 46166 (4th Cir. Jan. 7, 2014).
Ruling:
The Fourth Circuit affirmed the district court’s order upholding the decision of the bankruptcy court to impose contempt sanctions against the appellants for violation of the discharge injunction.
Judge(s):
Before GREGORY, SHEDD, and KEENAN, Circuit Judges.
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