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The District of Arizona offers a database of opinions for the years 2012 to current, listed by year and judge.

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Date Description Judgesort descending
07/26/21 Parker V. Titan Mining (Us) Corporation Et Al (2:19-ap-00412-DPC) 07/26/21

UNDER ADVISEMENT ORDER Regarding Titan Defendants' Motion Under Rule 56(d) for Additional Time to Conduct Discovery

Judge Daniel P. Collins
06/24/14 Goernitz, Chapter 7 Trustee V. Kohner Et Al (2:13-ap-00199-DPC) 06/24/14

Order Denying Motion to Disqualify Kutak Rock LLP as Special Counsel to Trustee

Judge Daniel P. Collins
03/28/18 Esteban Roberto Casillas, Sr. And Mary Louise Casillas (2:17-bk-12897-DPC) 03/28/18

ORDER

Judge Daniel P. Collins
08/30/23 POTENTIAL DYNAMIX, LLC (2:11-bk-28944-DPC) 08/30/23

UNDER ADVISEMENT ORDER RE STANDING

Judge Daniel P. Collins
12/07/18 Morris Anderson & Associates, Ltd. V. Redeye Ii, L.L.C. Et Al (2:14-ap-00534-DPC) 12/07/18

UNDER ADVISEMENT ORDER

Judge Daniel P. Collins
11/26/19 Wright V. Mailatyar Et Al (2:18-ap-00259-DPC) 11/26/19

UNDER ADVISEMENT RULING on Plaintiff's Application for Award of Attorneys' Fees

Judge Daniel P. Collins
06/02/14 Warfield v. Santander Consumer (2:14-ap-00173-DPC) 06/02/14

Holding: Defendant’s date of perfection of a lien relates back to December 14, 2013. Therefore, Plaintiff/Trustee’s rights and powers under 11 U.S.C. § 544(a), which arose on the Petition Date of December 18, 2013, are inferior to Defendant’s lien rights. See § 546(b) and A.R.S. § 47-9322(A)(1). Defendant’s motion to dismiss is granted.

Judge Daniel P. Collins
06/06/13 Strata Title LLC (2:12-bk-24242-DPC) 06/06/13

Holding: According to Schedule 1 of the Tempe Tower, LLC Operating Agreement, on February 24, 2013, the Debtor's membership interests in Tempe Tower changed from 50% to zero and Pure Country's membership interests changed from 50% to 100%. The Court has been asked to determine if Schedule 1 is enforceable. Under Arizona law, parties to an operating agreement can contract, as the parties here did in Schedule 1, for changes in membership interests between the parties.

Judge Daniel P. Collins
05/04/17 Reish v. Phoenix Heliparts Inc. et al (2:16-ap-00331-DPC) 05/04/17

Under Advisement Ruling Denying the Reish Parties' Cross Motion for Summary Judgment, and Partially Granting the Liquidating Trust's Motion for Summary Judgment

Judge Daniel P. Collins
03/22/13 Swift Air, LLC (2:12-bk-14362-DPC) 03/22/13

Holding: The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors filed a motion to convert this chapter 11 case to chapter 7 for cause under §§ 1112 (b)(1), (4)(A), and (4)(B). The Court concludes that the Debtor has shown a reasonable likelihood of rehabilitation. Accordingly, the Motion to Convert is denied

Judge Daniel P. Collins

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