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The Southern District of New York offers a database of opinions for the years 2005 to the present, listed by year and judge. For a more detailed search, enter the keyword or case number in the search box above.

Judge Martin Glenn

Memorandum Opinion, signed on 7/31/2017, Granting Recognition of the Foreign Main Proceeding, the Foreign Representative, the Sanction Order, and Related Relief. (related document(s)12)

Memorandum Opinion, Signed on 7/27/2017, After Recognition of Foreign Main Proceeding Pending in the High Court of South Africa and Recognition and Enforcement of South African Scheme of Arrangement. (related document(s)30, 48)

Memorandum Opinion and Order, Signed on 7/25/2017, Regarding Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC's Motion to Lift the Automatic Stay. (related document(s)8)

Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil

Decision on PPF Management LLC's Motion to Update the Court and to Reopen the Record Signed on 7/27/2017. (related document(s)56, 67)

Chief Judge Cecelia G. Morris

Memorandum Decision Issuing Declaratory Relief and Enjoining Plaintiff's Claims Against Defendants signed on 7/24/2017.

Memorandum Decision Declaring No Stay In Place signed on 7/14/2017.

Judge Michael E. Wiles

Bench Decision signed on 7/21/2017 regarding motions by Seyfarth Shaw lLP to withdraw as counsel, to assert a retaining lien, and to enforce a purported settlement regarding the foregoing (related document(s)100, 99, 98).

Judge Stuart M. Bernstein

Written Opinion Signed On 7/19/2017. Re: Order Withdrawing May 4, 2017 Memorandum Decision Denying Request To Certify Judgment For Direct Appeal To The United States Court Of Appeals For The Second Circuit (11-2760)

Judge James L. Garrity Jr.

Memorandum Decision and Order signed on 7/19/2017 Granting Trustee's Motion for Order Authorizing Issuance of Subpoenas to Hongkong Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (related document(s)299). The Objection is OVERRULED. The Trustee is authorized to conduct Rule 2004 discovery of HSBC-HK with respect to the matters set forth in the Motion, but subject to the Trustees compliance with, without limitation, all applicable provisions of the Bankruptcy Code, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.