In this post I examine the doctrine of judicial estoppel in the context of post-bankruptcy litigation of claims, assets or causes of action omitted from a debtor's bankruptcy filing, examining the doctrine's application under federal law in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and New Jersey state courts. Under federal law, a debtor is required to ... Read More.
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