By Professor Nancy Rapoport
I’m assuming that, by now, you’ve heard about (and, I hope, read) the Court’s opinion in In re CLTI, LLC: Memorandum Opinion on Jeremy Alcede’s Emergency Motion Objecting to Proposed Order Regarding Social Media Accounts, Docket No. 259, Case No. 14-33564, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas (4/3/15). If you haven’t, then this case falls into the world of You Can’t Make These Things Up.
The issue in this case was whether the debtor’s social media . . .
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