Bankruptcy Appeals


An appeal of a bankruptcy court order or judgment involves unique procedural and jurisdictional considerations. Bankruptcy appeals are different from an ordinary federal court appeal because of the unusually quick time frame for perfecting and briefing the appeal and the likelihood that such an appeal may be subject to substantive review by two appellate courts (the district court or Bankruptcy Appellate Panel and the court of appeals).

Excerpted from the Texas Journal of Business Law, Business Law Section of the State Bar of Texas.  To read the full article click here.

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