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Current Jurisdictional and Procedural Issues – Wellness Int’l, Stern v. Marshall, Madoff, et al.

Recorded on: Apr. 26, 2018
Running Time: 00:57:11

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Taken from the Web Program Bankruptcy & Reorganizations 2018: Current Developments Recorded April, 2018 in New York [00:57:11]

10:15 Current Jurisdictional and Procedural Issues – Wellness Int’l, Stern v. Marshall, Madoff, et al.

  • Exclusive and non-exclusive jurisdiction—Wellness Int’l, Stern v. Marshall, Bellingham and progeny; local rules
  • Withdrawal of the reference; abstention, remand and removal; jury trials
  • Appeals to the U.S. District Court, the BAP, and the Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Abstention
  • Remand and removal
  • Litigation in the Bankruptcy and District Courts; class certification
  • Post-confirmation jurisdiction
  • Issues involving enforceability of arbitration clauses; class certification

Hon. Robert D. Drain, Benjamin Rosenblum

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  • Recent Developments in Jurisdiction, Venue, Abstention, Remand, Removal, Withdrawal of the Reference, Jury Trials and Appeals (February 26, 2018)
    Benjamin Rosenblum, Peter Saba, Charles Wittman-Todd, Ryan Sims
Hon. Robert D. Drain ~ U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York
Benjamin Rosenblum ~ Jones Day
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