Determining Knowledge of Claim Dischargeable in Bankruptcy

, New York Law Journal


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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