In the news: Kuney asks Supreme Court to clarify key bankruptcy issues

George Kuney, Lindsay Young Distinguished Professor of Law and director of the Clayton Center for Entrepreneurial Law, recently submitted an amicus brief in support of a certiorari petition asking the Supreme Court of the United States to "clarify what constitutes an 'interest' that can be extinguished in a bankruptcy sale.
October 26, 2015 11:54 am

George Kuney, Lindsay Young Distinguished Professor of Law and director of the Clayton Center for Entrepreneurial Law, recently submitted an amicus brief in support of a certiorari petition filed by Larry J. Winget and the Larry J. Winget Living Trust asking the Supreme Court of the United States to “clarify what constitutes an ‘interest’ that can be extinguished in a bankruptcy sale.”

The brief comes after ruling from the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on a $425 million contract dispute involving the Larry J. Winget Living Trust and JPMorgan Chase Bank.

Articles covering Kuney’s brief appeared in both Westlaw Journal Bankruptcy and on the Thomson Reuters blog, “The Knowledge Effect.” Read more here.