In re IFC Credit Corp.

Citation:
First Chicago Bank & Trust v. Leibowitz (In re IFC Credit Corp.), Ch. 7 Case No. 09-27094, Adv. No. 09-01230, aff'd No. 11-cv-1976, No. 11-2172 (7th Cir. Dec. 5, 2011).
Ruling:
Affirmed. The rule prohibiting pro se corporate filings is nonjurisdictional. Even though a pro se corporate filing is defective, it can be cured by an amended petition signed by an attorney...
Judge(s):
JJ. BAUER, POSNER AND WOOD
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Soto-Rios v. Banco Popular de Puerto Rico

Citation:
Luis A. Soto-Rios and Brenda Tosada-Arbelo v. Banco Popular De Puerto Rico, United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, Appeal No. 10-227 (unpublished)
Ruling:
The United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit (J. Howard) ("First Circuit") found that a mortgagee and purported secured creditor held an "interest in property" as that term is used in both 11...
Judge(s):
Judges Lipez, Ripple and Howard, Circuit Judges.
Tag(s):

In re Longview Aluminum, L.L.C.

Citation:
In re Longview Aluminum, L.L.C., No. 10-2780 (7th Cir. Sept. 2, 2011).
Ruling:
Because the question of "insider" status is a mixed question of law and fact, the Court of Appeals reviewed the underlying judgment de novo. If a preference defendant is an "insider" of the...
Judge(s):
Circuit Judges Bauer, Flaum and Williams, with Judge Bauer writing for the Court. Affirming District Judge Der-Yeghiayan, who affirmed Bankruptcy Judge Wedoff of the Northern District of Illinois.
Tag(s):

Lange v. Inova Capital Funding, LLC (In re Qualia Clinical Service, Inc.)

Citation:
No 11-1201
Ruling:
Eighth Circuit held that the affirmative defense of 547(c)(5) is unavailable to creditors not holding a perfected security interest at the onset of the preference period. The court explained that...
Judge(s):
Colloton, Clevenger, and Benton
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