The answer is usually no, unless the owner who filed a personal Chapter 7 case faces liability for payroll tax withholdings
Most courts hold that, for the sake of finality, a losing bidder has very limited standing to challenge the winning bid
Individual debtors must prove 'undue hardship,' and bankruptcy courts have interpreted this requirement restrictively
...April 20 against Stroock & Stroock & Lavan and Levene Neale Bender Yoo & Brill isn't the first time that film financier David Bergstein...
If absolute-priority rule applies, there's a big risk that all prebankruptcy property may need to be pledged to creditors
Decision may encroach on rule that a creditor who files a proof of claim has agreed to bankruptcy court's jurisdiction
The issue to be decided by the Court is whether a compulsory counterclaim by a debtor is a core or noncore issue
Automatic stay in one may prevent debtor-in-possession or trustee in other from performing fiduciary duties
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