The U.S. Bankruptcy Court is proposing to amend or delete 39 local rules, forms and appendices, as well as add three new rules.
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Lawyers say a split in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court over whether tax liability from late-filed state income tax returns are dischargeable in bankruptcy is creating uncertainty and making it difficult to advise debtors on how to proceed.Read More »
The Legal Aid Society hosted its 96th anniversary luncheon Sept. 6 at the Italian Community Center in Milwaukee. Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen was the event’s principal speaker, and remarks also were made by Peter Stone, of Foley & Lardner LLP, and Marina Dimitrijevic, chairman of the Milwaukee County Board.Read More »
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court did not abuse its discretion in imposing sanctions in the amount of $9,000 against a debtor’s attorney for violating Bankruptcy Rule 9011 by advancing arguments not warranted by fact or law, the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel has ruled.Read More »