Determining Knowledge of Claim Dischargeable in Bankruptcy

, New York Law Journal

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In their Second Circuit Review, Paul Weiss partners Martin Flumenbaum and Brad S. Karp analyze the court's recent consideration of the level of scrutiny to apply, on a motion to dismiss, to allegations of lack of knowledge of a claim otherwise discharged in bankruptcy—specifically, whether delivery service and United Airlines customer DHL had adequately shown that it was unaware of United's alleged price-fixing activities until after United's bankruptcy plan was confirmed.

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