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The District of Arizona offers a database of opinions for the years 2012 to current, listed by year and judge.

Datesort ascending Description Judge
08/24/15 Kristi Lynn Pacheco (2:14-bk-07173-EPB) 08/24/15

ORDER, Minute Entry for Matter Taken Under Advisement

Judge Eddward P. Ballinger, Jr.
08/19/15 Goernitz, Chapter 7 Trustee v. Kohner Et Al (2:13-ap-00199-DPC) 08/19/15

ORDER Denying Gammage & Burnham's Motion for Reconsideration (Related Doc 282)

Judge Daniel P. Collins
06/18/15 Juarez v. Castellanos (2:14-ap-00726-DPC) 06/18/15

Order granting debtor's cross-motion for summary judgment.

Judge Daniel P. Collins
04/28/15 Manera, Trustee v. Americredit Financial Services Inc (2:14-ap-00578-EPB) 04/28/15

Minute Entry Order

Judge Eddward P. Ballinger, Jr.
04/14/15 Rachael Anne Earl (2:13-bk-18751-EPB) 04/14/15

ORDER, Minute Entry

Judge Eddward P. Ballinger, Jr.
04/06/15 Medpoint Management, LLC (2:14-bk-15234-DPC) 04/06/15

Order granting Medpoint Management's motion to dismiss.

Judge Daniel P. Collins
02/03/15 T & H Construction, Inc. (3:14-bk-09452-DPC) 02/03/15

Holding: Order denying confirmation of Debtor's chapter 11 plan of reorganization. The Court agrees with New York Community Bank that the Plan’s proposed treatment of its claim is not “fair and equitable” under Victor Gruen Assocs., Inc., 338 F.2d 826 (9th Cir. 1964) or any other authority Debtor cites.

Judge Daniel P. Collins
12/24/14 James and Kathleen Gilbraith (2:13-bk-05013-DPC) 12/24/14

Holding: Order overruling BMO Harris Bank's objection to Debtors' asserted exemption of profit sharing plan assets.

Judge Daniel P. Collins
11/25/14 Sam Rei, L.L.C. V. Continental Group, Llc Et Al (2:14-ap-00319-DPC) 11/25/14

Order Partially Granting Amended Motion to Dismiss as to Strojnik, P.C.; Denying Relief as to the Continental Group, LLC

Judge Daniel P. Collins
11/25/14 Sam Rei, L.L.C. v. Continental Group, LLC et al (2:14-ap-00319-DPC) 11/25/14

Holding: Plaintiffs’ allegations regarding Strojnik’s breaches of fiduciary duty to the estate and duty of candor to the Court, even if taken as true, are beyond the scope of special counsel’s required disclosure under Harris. To adopt Plaintiffs’ argued disclosure requirement would run contrary to the public policy rationale underlying Harris. The Court finds that Strojnik was sufficiently candid regarding its role as special counsel for the purpose of pursuing the Suit for the estate, that Strojnik acted within the scope of its appointment, that Debtor had notice, and that the Court approved its appointment. Strojnik is entitled to derived quasi-judicial immunity from Plaintiffs’ suit. The Complaint must be dismissed as to Strojnik.

Judge Daniel P. Collins