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Bankruptcy rule 9019

Compromises and Settlements in Bankruptcy:  Rule 9019

May 19, 2015
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Rule 9019Compromise and Arbitration

by Jamie L. Harris

Bankruptcy Rule 9019(a) authorizes a trustee to seek a compromise or settlement of claims, upon motion and after notice and a hearing. Fed. R. Bankruptcy. P. 9019(a). The purpose of such a compromise […]

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Chapter 9, municipality bankruptcy, pension

Chicago is What a Pension Crisis Really Looks Like for Kentucky

May 14, 2015
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Kentucky’s Pension Crisis Cannot Be Ignored

by Laura Day DelCotto, Esq.

Moody’s downgraded all Chicago debt to “junk” status on May 13, including City, school district and park district paper.   The move follows the opinion issued by the Illinois Supreme Court that certain pension […]

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Rule 2004, Bankruptcy, Discovery

Discovery in Bankruptcy Cases: Rule 2004

May 12, 2015
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Rule 2004 Examination in Bankruptcy

by Jamie L. Harris, Esq.

Bankruptcy Rule 2004 is the basic discovery device utilized in bankruptcy cases. In addition to appearing at the meeting of creditors and being examined under oath, the debtor may also be required to submit to examination […]

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Access, court documents, information, bankruptcy

Access to Commercially Sensitive Information in Bankruptcy

May 5, 2015
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To Seal or Not To Seal: Access To Commercially Sensitive Information In Bankruptcy Proceedings

By Jamie L. Harris

The public has a general right of access to judicial records. Nixon v. Warner Communications, Inc., 435 U.S. 589, 597–98 (1978); In re Analytical Systems, Inc […]

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