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Tripodi, Jr. v. Welch, et al.

Citation:
Tripodi, Jr. v. Welch, et al., Case No. 14-4084 (7th Cir. January 8, 2016). Published.
Ruling:
A default judgment against a person for violating state or federal securities laws will be given preclusive effect, in contrast to certain default judgments under § 523(a)(2), and held to be...
Judge(s):
Kelly, McKay, Phillips (Kelly)
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Miller v. State of Utah, et al.

Citation:
Miller v. State of Utah, et al., No. 14-4155 (10th Cir. Jan. 12, 2016)
Ruling:
Tenth Circuit affirmed ruling of District Court (D. Utah) granting summary judgment in favor of governmental defendants based on sovereign immunity. Tenth Circuit agreed that claims for damages...
Judge(s):
Lucero, Gorsuch, McHugh
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Anderson v. Seven Falls Co.

Citation:
Anderson v. Seven Falls Co., Case No. 14-1515 (10th Cir. December 31, 2015). Unpublished.
Ruling:
A chapter 7 trustee’s recovery in an estate's personal injury lawsuit is limited to the amount needed to satisfy creditors’ claims and trustee’s fees and expenses. Determination of the...
Judge(s):
Briscoe, Lucero, McHugh
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Lavenhar v. First American Title Insurance Co. (In re Lavenhar)

Citation:
Lavenhar v. First American Title Insurance Co. (In re Lavenhar), Case No. 14-1391 (10th Cir. July 29, 2014). Published.
Ruling:
A chapter 7 trustee has the sole power to bring a fraudulent conveyance action but a creditor is a party in interest entitled to object to another creditor’s claim.
Judge(s):
Briscoe, Murphy, Gorsuch (Murphy)
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FB Acquisition Property I, LLC v. Gentry (In re Gentry)

Citation:
FB Acquisition Property I, LLC v. Gentry, et al. (In re Gentry), Case No. 14-1441 (10th Cir. December 8, 2015). Published.
Ruling:
To be confirmed, a Chapter 11 plan must be feasible and a feasible plan is not a guarantee of success but rather offers a reasonable assurance of success. Further, the general rule under Colorado...
Judge(s):
Kelly, Hart, Gorsuch (Kelly)
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GL3B Trust II, et al. v. First Citizens Bank & Trust Company, et al. (In re Autterson)

Citation:
GL3B Trust, et al. v. First Citizens Bank & Trust Co., et al. (In re Autterson), Case Nos. CO-14-063, CO-14-064 (BAP 10th Cir. November 6, 2015). Unpublished.
Ruling:
Waiver can be express or, if clear and unambiguous conduct is present, implied and debtor’s conduct in ignoring the terms of the loan documents, as both lenders’ representatives and borrow,...
Judge(s):
Cornish, Nugent, Somers (Somers)
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GL3B Trust II, et al. v. First Citizens Bank & Trust Company, et al. (In re Autterson)

Citation:
GL3B Trust II, et al. v. First Citizens Bank & Trust Company, et al. (In re Autterson), BAP No.CO-14-063 & BAP No.CO-14-064 (BAP 10th Cir. Nov. 6, 2015)
Ruling:
The BAP for the 10th Circuit affirmed the ruling of the bankruptcy court (D. Colo.) granting in part a creditors' objection and reducing the allowed amount of two claims scheduled as undisputed by...
Judge(s):
Cornish, Nugent, Somers
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Dampier, Jr. v. Credit Investment, Inc., et al (in re Dampier)

Citation:
Dampier, Jr. v. Credit Investments, Inc., et al. (In re Dampier, Jr.) Case No. CO-15-006 (BAP 10th Cir. November 5, 2015). Unpublished.
Ruling:
Bankruptcy court has exclusive jurisdiction to determine the dischargeability of a state court judgment but the bankruptcy court and state court have concurrent jurisdiction to determine the...
Judge(s):
Thurman, Jacobvitz, Hall (Thurman)
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Lazzo, et al. v. Rose Hill Bank et al. (In re Schupbach Investments, L.L.C.)

Citation:
Lazzo, et al. v. Rose HIll Bank, et al. (In re Schupbach Investments, L.L.C.), Case No. 14-3277 (10th Cir. November 3, 2015). Published.
Ruling:
Approving retroactive employment of debtor’s professionals requires a showing of extraordinary circumstances and simple neglect will not justify nunc pro tunc approval. Upon confirmation of a...
Judge(s):
Tymkovich, Holmes, McHugh (Tymkovich)
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Summers v. Financial Freedom Acquisition LLC

Citation:
Summers v. Financial Freedom Acquisition LLC; Case No. 14-1930 (1st Cir. October 23, 2015)
Ruling:
Plaintiff lacked standing to challenge two mortgage assignments and mortgagee's failure to file claim in decedent's probate proceeding did not bar its recovery of sums due under a reverse mortgage...
Judge(s):
Howard, Chief Judge; Selya and Thompson, Circuit Judges.
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