The waiver defense is not sufficient to avoid a new trial

Fabian Micheletto of SV Partners.

SV Partners
Michael Carrafa.

Two bankruptcy trustees were ordered to pay the costs of an administrator who successfully argued on appeal that the Federal Circuit Court judge sand street denied his procedural fairness when he resumed his cross-examination, presented his own evidence and generally demonstrated what some might apprehend as gross bias.

The successful call – detailed. . .

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