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Judge Donald R. Cassling
Date Issuedsort descending Description
06/03/2024 In re J Publication Company

19 B 10236

Judge A. Benjamin Goldgar
Date Issuedsort descending Description
06/11/2024 The Neely Group, Inc.

24 B 3859

Judge David D. Cleary
Date Issuedsort descending Description
06/17/2024 In re Frank Martin Paris, Jr.

23 B 16481
Chapter 7 debtor sought conversion under 11 U.S.C. § 706(d) to subchapter V of chapter 11.  The case trustee and the Debtor’s ex-wife opposed the request on the grounds that Debtor was not eligible to be a debtor under chapter 11.  HELD: The Supreme Court explained in ...

06/24/2024 Martinez v. Naranjo (George Naranjo)

23 A 124, 23 B 2003
Plaintiff filed a complaint objecting to Debtor’s discharge under 11 U.S.C. §§ 523(a)(2)(A), (a)(6), and (a)(19).  Plaintiff alleged he invested money with the Debtor in 2018 and 2019 and only received a small repayment in return.  The complaint was dismissed with leave...

Judge Deborah L. Thorne
Date Issuedsort descending Description
07/10/2024 Corey Wiggins v. Abraham Tofa (In re Abraham Tofa)

23bk15233, 24ap00044
Plaintiff filed a motion seeking the Judge’s recusal or disqualification due to allegations of bias against him for his pro se status and belief that rulings in the case had been decided incorrectly. HELD: The court denied recusal or disqualification based on...

Chief Judge Jacqueline P. Cox
Date Issuedsort descending Description
07/17/2024 Coast to Coast Leasing, LLC vs. M&T Equipment Finance Corporation, et al (In re Coast to Coast Leasing, LLC)

24 BK 03056, 24 AP 00172
In this chapter 11 case, the Debtor sought a temporary restraining order (TRO) to stay litigation against third-party guarantors, the Debtor’s principals, and related entities.  The Debtor argued its principals were responsible for all management, accounting,...

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