​Rimon’s Article on ​The 7th Circuit’s View on Finality and Appealability in Bankruptcy​,​​ Published in Westlaw Journal​

Insights August 23, 2016

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued a decision regarding finality and appealability in bankruptcy.
Rimon Partner, Pamela M. Egan, analyzes this decision and provides insight on when a party can appeal a bankruptcy court decision.
The “takeaway is simple. The bank’s fraudulent-transfer action was just one tactic that it used to recover its claim. Although the tactic failed, the bank was still in the game and still had a claim. Therefore, the bankruptcy court’s decision was not final and appealable.”

Access the full article published in The Westlaw Journal, Bank & Lender Liability section, here