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Evidence backs conclusion debtor purchased equipment (access required)

Where a dental equipment manufacturer failed to show the sole shareholder of a dental practice, and not the dental practice now in bankruptcy, purchased and owned the equipment, the extrinsic evidence supported the conclusion the purchaser was most likely the ...

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Bankruptcy attorneys could lose e-filing privileges (access required)

Bankruptcy lawyers who practice in the Eastern District of Virginia could lose their ability to e-file if they fail to register with the bar of the U.S. District Court. This decision follows new protocols by the Eastern District Bankruptcy Court ...

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Interlocutory appeal denied, resolution would not advance litigation (access required)

Where the substitute trustee sought to appeal from an order granting the bankruptcy trustee partial summary judgment on claims for breach of fiduciary duty and violation of the automatic stay, the appeal was denied because there was no final order ...

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Forum shopping and litigation conduct doom withdraw motion (access required)

A company lost its motion to withdraw a reference from bankruptcy because its litigation conduct suggested it shifted the dispute from forum to forum to stave off foreclosure as long as possible. Background This matter is before the court on ...

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