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Tag Archives: U.S. Bankruptcy Court Richmond

Prejudgment interest reduced because of debtor’s delay (access required)

Where a construction company was entitled to recover prejudgment interest on invoices unpaid by its customer but delayed in submitting its first invoice and delayed again in pursuing collection, the interest ran from the date of the last invoice, not ...

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Suit ‘related to’ bankruptcy is transferred (access required)

A claim that two of the debtor’s officers fraudulently induced a contract was “related to” the bankruptcy litigation because the officers might be able to claim indemnification from the debtor, thereby altering its liabilities. Because a majority of the relevant ...

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Bankruptcy haven (access required)

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Good judges, good law­yers and a well-oiled legal system are prov­ing to be an attractive combination at the U.S. Bankrupt­cy Court in Richmond. Struggling corporations seeking sanc­tuary from creditors are coming to Rich­mond in greater numbers these days, passing by ...

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