Because the debtor's motion to dismiss her petition is not made in good faith, and she cannot establish an appropriate cause for dismissal or overcome the prejudice that her creditors would suffer, a
Answering a judge's findings of prosecutorial misuse of pretrial subpoenas for discovery purposes, the U.S. Attorney's Office admits to a few missteps but defends its practices overall
Federal prosecutors repeatedly violated a criminal procedure rule by serving pre-trial subpoenas on various third-parties in a bribery case without obtaining a court order as required, a federal judg
By its plain terms, defendant's 2000 sales incentive program did not expire until sale of its subsidiary; since defendant did not make payments and its defenses fail, it breached the plan
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