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Mr. Bury is a Partner with Stone & Baxter, LLP in Macon, Georgia. His experience includes litigating business disputes in state and federal courts; representing debtors, creditors, and other interested parties in out-of-court workouts and bankruptcy cases; and advising businesses and their owners on general and transactional matters.

With no introduction or fanfare, here, in a single post, are short summaries of October 2023’s and November 2023’s notable Subchapter V opinions from across the country.

As in the prior Sub V case posts, I’ll provide a roadmap of the issues and then you can click the opinions if you want to dig deeper.

Happy New Year!Continue Reading Notable Subchapter V Bankruptcy Opinions: October and November 2023 Edition

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On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy appeal and, as a result, we might be approaching a mid-2024 “finish line” for an issue that some bankruptcy practitioners, professors, and judges are on the edge of their seats about: Do bankruptcy courts have

There were no Sub V opinions in August that I could find, so I’ll pick-up with the September opinions. And by now, you know the drill: I’ll provide, in a single post, short summaries of each month’s notable Subchapter V opinions from across the country (which basically means all Sub V opinions from that month). Rather than providing all-encompassing summaries, I’ll provide a roadmap of the issues and then you can click the opinions if you want to dig deeper.

Sorry that I got behind, but here are the September Subchapter V opinions:Continue Reading Notable Subchapter V Bankruptcy Opinions: August and September Edition

This morning, I presented, along with Judge Paul Bonapfel (Bankr. N.D. Ga.) and Rob Matson (a Sub V Trustee in the M.D. Ga.), the Subchapter V Update for the Middle District of Georgia Bankruptcy Law Institute. So, call me lazy, but it’s only fitting that we revisit Subchapter V issues based on this morning’s presentation.

We’re on our firm retreat at Lake Oconee this weekend. Thus, I figured an “easy” quiz is appropriate for what I hope is an easy weekend for everyone. To guarantee it’s easy, I poured over the last 10 quizzes and selected prior questions that 75% or more of takers got right. Click the image below

In this post, I’ll continue in my effort to provide, in a single post, short summaries of each month’s notable Subchapter V opinions from across the country. Rather than all-encompassing summaries, I’ll provide a roadmap of the issues and then you can click the opinions if you want to dig deeper. Here are the July 2023 Subchapter V opinions. Assuming my search was thorough enough, there were only two opinions in July:Continue Reading Notable Subchapter V Bankruptcy Opinions: July 2023 Edition

Here’s this week’s Bankruptcy Quiz, with an emphasis on Chapter 5 avoidance actions. Click the image to take the quiz. Have a nice weekend!

Click here for prior quizzes.

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