Scott St. Amand

Scott St. Amand

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Supreme Court Clarifies Stern v. Marshall

Not even Nostradamus could have predicted the profound effect that former Playmate Vickie Lynn Marshall (a/k/a Anna Nicole Smith) would have on the landscape of U.S. bankruptcy court jurisdiction. Nevertheless, two and a half...more

6/13/2014 - Article I Article III Commercial Bankruptcy Jurisdiction SCOTUS Stern v Marshall

A Lesson On What Not To Do In A § 363 Auction

For numerous corporate Chapter 11 debtors, the sale of some or all of the company’s assets may be the only way to reorganize the company’s debt. Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code sets forth a specific procedure wherein the...more

5/30/2014 - 363 Sales Chapter 11 Commercial Bankruptcy

Status as a Debtor not Enough to Confer Appellate Standing

“Standing” is a legal term of art that refers to a party’s ability to bring a cause of action, to intercede in one or to appeal the court’s judgment. To prove appellate standing in a bankruptcy proceeding, a party must show...more

12/26/2013 - Chapter 7 Commercial Bankruptcy Debtor-Creditor Standing Trustees

Collecting Deficiency on Wholly-Unsecured Nonrecourse Loan (in Chapter 11)

Some of you who read the title of this post may have done a quick double-take, as it is well established that lenders may not collect a deficiency on a nonrecourse loan under state law. However, the Bankruptcy Code provides...more

12/17/2013 - Bankruptcy Code Chapter 11 Commercial Bankruptcy Deficiency Judgments Nonrecourse Loans Reorganizations Secured Debt Unsecured Debt

Rogers Towers: The Shell Game: Bankrupt Debtor’s Concealment of Pre-Petition Claims

In commercial lending, as in law, no single practice area exists independently of another. Bankruptcy law often intersects with contract law and even personal injury law when debtors find themselves as the plaintiff or...more

9/5/2013 - Commercial Bankruptcy Commercial Loans Debtors

Rogers Towers: Denial of Discretion: Eleventh Circuit Lacks Jurisdiction to Hear Bankruptcy Appeal

Even one year removed from the Supreme Court’s decision in Stern v. Marshall, which challenged the jurisdiction of a lower bankruptcy court, many practitioners and lenders alike are still left with unanswered questions...more

2/7/2013 - Celotex Commercial Bankruptcy Complex Litigation Jurisdiction

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