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Federal Bankruptcy Proceeding and State Appellate Proceeding

After the opposing party declared bankruptcy rather than pay a state court judgment in the client’s favor, secured the nondischargeability of the debt in bankruptcy court by successfully arguing for the application of res judicata principles in the face of conflicting state-court opinions. Thereafter, handled briefing in the state court appellate proceedings that ended with the affirmance of the judgment in the client’s favor.

In re Kramer, 543 B.R. 551 (Bankr. E.D. Mich. 2015), and Kay Bee Kay Holding Co., LLC v. PNC Bank, NA, No. 327077, 2016 WL 6638084, (Mich. Ct. App. Nov. 8, 2016).