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Ch. 13 Debtors’ Plan Must Go Five Years (access required)

Although these above-median-income debtors listed negative disposable income on their bankruptcy schedules, they nevertheless are obligated to maintain Chapter 13 bankruptcy plans for five years when their unsecured creditors have not been paid in full, the 4th Circuit says. Debtors ...

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‘Twiqbal’ Standard Used for Patent Pleadings (access required)

Federal pleading standards under Twombly and Iqbal apply to complaints in patent infringement cases, and will be applied by the Richmond U.S. District Court to measure the sufficiency of complaints for direct infringement, whether literal infringement or infringement by the ...

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