BANKRUPTCY LAW

Shopping for a Chapter 11 Forum

Issues confronting bankruptcy litigators seeking to get their case into the most favorable court

, New Jersey Law Journal

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Recently, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of N.J. decided a case (In Re Microbilt) that not only touched on the jurisdiction of the bankruptcy court, but enforcement of an arbitration clause in a case where the claims included an alleged violation of the bankruptcy stay. The procedural wrangling between the parties offers insight into the many legal issues confronting bankruptcy litigators who are forum shopping.

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