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An e-Publication of the Los Angeles County Bar Association
April 2013 • Archive of Past Issues
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Cases of Interest

Fraudulent conveyance claims do not fall within the public rights exception to Article III and cannot be adjudicated by non-Article III judges; bankruptcy courts may, however, hear and enter proposed findings of fact and conclusions asserted by a bankruptcy trustee against a noncreditor in such cases, subject to de novo review by a federal district court. Furthermore, a defendant's right to an Article III hearing in such a case is waivable.
In re Bellingham Insurance Agency, Inc. - filed December 4, 2012
Cite as 11-35162

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PAY "OR ELSE" -- WHEN DO ATTORNEY DEMANDS BECOME UNLAWFUL EXTORTION?
(The Answer is Not So Simple)


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Los Angeles County Bar Association
2012-2013: Remedies Section
REMEDIES SECTION NEWSLETTER
A. David Youssefyeh, Editor

SECTION OFFICERS
Chair
A. David Youssefyeh

Vice-Chair
Benjamin R. King

Treasurer
Susan L. Vaage

Secretary
Ellen K. Wolf

Immediate Past-Chair
Richard Ormond

Section Administrator
Brendan Tarnay

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Mel Aranoff
Marshall J. August
Michael C. Baum
Jerome J. Blum
Alan J. Cohen
Peter A. Davidson
Miguel Hernandez
Leslie R. Horowitz

Louis E. Kempinsky
Steven N. Kurtz
Alexander Litvak
Mitchell B. Ludwig
Russell H. Rapoport
David L. Ray

Mark L. Share
Jason D. Wallach

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS
Edythe L. Bronston
Hon. James Chalfant
Hon. Ann I. Jones
Hon. Luis A. Lavin
Bruce E. Mitchell
Hon. Matthew C. St. George, Jr.