After Chicago v Fulton: Not Only Cars – A Survey of Fulton Rulings and a Weakened Automatic Stay

Intro: What is a Fulton ruling?

When Chicago v Fulton (In re Fulton), 141 S Ct. 585 (Sup Ct, 2021) was first decided by the Supreme Court, there was a consensus among bankruptcy attorneys that the erosion of the automatic stay with regard to turnover was only about cars. That is, Fulton was a narrow ruling that was only about impounded vehicles seized prepetition, and wouldn’t really impact or weaken the automatic stay otherwise. Two years on, that . . .

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Hale-Andrew-Antico
Bankruptcy Attorney in Los Angeles, CA

Hale Andrew Antico is a Los Angeles bankruptcy attorney. He has specialized in helping people start fresh for about 20 years. He has a 99%+ success rate with Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy success rate twenty times the average for his district. Hale Andrew Antico graduated from California State University at Northridge with a degree in Psychology. After that, he graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law. He is active in the legal community. He serves or has served on the Board of Directors for two well-respected bankruptcy associations in the Los Angeles area. Firstly, in 2021 Los Angeles bankruptcy attorney peers chose him as President to serve a second term leading the CDCBAA, Los Angeles’ biggest group of bankruptcy lawyers. Secondly, he is a Past President of the James T King Bankruptcy Inn of Court for bankruptcy lawyers, trustees, and judges. Finally, he’s a longstanding member of NACBA, the nation’s largest group of bankruptcy attorneys.

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