Legal battle surrounding Grand Canyon Skywalk still flares – Even after a trip to the U.S. Supreme Court, the legal war surrounding the Grand Canyon Skywalk promises to continue on several. will lead to an April 16 showdown to decide whether the bankruptcy.
As Bitcoin’s Price Moves Dramatically, ETF Proposals Remain at a Standstill – On June 26, the price of bitcoin surged to a 12-month high of nearly $13,900 (up about 35% on the month) before losing more than $1,700 in a span of 15 minutes, then rebounding slightly and closing.
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2nd Circ. Asks How Salman Applies To SAC Trader’s Case – Law360, New York (December 12, 2016, 7:23 PM EST) — The Second Circuit on Friday asked the government and former SAC Capital Advisors LP manager Mathew Martoma to explain how the U.S. Supreme Court’s.
Supreme Court Takes On Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Mess Created by. – Supreme Court Takes On Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Mess Created by FDCPA Ruling.. The Supreme Court of the United States has decided it will review the decision of the U.S. Court of. and Sixth Circuits. Last month, Maurice presented oral argument in the Third Circuit, which has not yet issued an.
Supreme Court Hears Argument to Determine Whether Mandatory. – The supreme court oral Argument. On April 18, 2018, the Supreme Court heard argument in this case.  Lagos’s Argument. During Lagos’s argument, the justices focused largely on teasing out whether, under Lagos’s view of the MVRA, certain expenses would be covered under their hypotheticals.
What Are The Top 3 Issues To Watch At The NLRB In 2019? – 2018 was a busy year at the National labor relations board (NLRB), and we saw many significant developments, such as class action waivers being green lighted in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court.
Unresolved Questions Remain in Recharacterizing Insider Debt. – Unresolved Questions Remain in Recharacterizing Insider Debt. When the Debtor could not maintain liquidity despite PEM’s intervention, the Debtor filed this Chapter 11 case, wherein PEM filed a secured claim for $7 million. The Debtor’s unsecured debtholders moved to recharacterize the secured claim as equity.
PG&E restructuring highlights arcane California legal rule – Once PG&E files for chapter 11 bankruptcy. hopes to address should it seek bankruptcy protection, according to a person familiar with the matter. PG&E challenged inverse condemnation in.