Creditors who feel they got a raw deal in corporate bankruptcies are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to scrap a legal doctrine that judges increasingly are using to block appeals from court-approved Chapter 11 plans.
Medical groups and health lawyers are calling on the government to give hospitals more time and clarity as they hustle to report how they spent governmental pandemic assistance money by an approaching deadline.
Oral arguments on Georgia’s six-week abortion ban Friday seemed to be over before they started, with Chief Judge William H. Pryor Jr. opening with a suggestion that the Eleventh Circuit just halt the case.
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