In Re Kimberly Ann Zizza

(United States First Circuit) – Affirming the bankruptcy court’s denial of Chapter 7 discharge to an attorney on the grounds that she made material, knowing, and fraudulent false oaths in the course of her bankruptcy proceedings by failing to disclose two lawsuits to which she was a party in her schedules and at her first creditors’ meeting.

In Re Pursuit Capital Management, LLC.

(United States Third Circuit) – Affirming the district court’s dismissal as moot a claim filed challenging a bankruptcy trustee’s ability to sell certain property because the complaining party had failed to obtain a stay of the court’s approval of the sale in a prior action.

In Re MPM SIlicones, LLC

(United States Second Circuit) – Largely affirming the lower court’s support of a Chapter 11 reorganization plan despite creditor complaints that it eliminated or reduced the value of notes that they held because it comported with the Chapter 11 requirements, but remanding to address a deficiency relating to the determination of the proper interest rate under the cramdown provision of Chapter 11.