Judicial Estoppel and the Early End to Lawsuits

September 2016 Published Works

Nate Hull and Stephen Segal co-authored an article entitled "Judicial Estoppel and the Early End to Lawsuits" published in the September issue of the ABI Journal. The article discusses various application of estoppel in cases involving prior bankruptcy filings, and how a recent ruling in Marshall v. Honeywell Technology Systems Inc. has, at least to some extent, clarified the Court's applications of estoppel in these types of cases.

Read "Judicial Estoppel and the Early End to Lawsuits" from the September issue of ABI Journal.

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