|Title||In Re: Margret E. Brandon|
David E. Rice
In re Margret E. Brandon, 14-23735In re James L. Rucker and Belinda A. Rucker, 14-27630In re Cynthia B. Burrows, 14-28940In re Arthur D. Everest, 14-29084
Counsel for Brandon: Charlene A. Wilson, Esq.Counsel for Ruckers: Robert N. Grossbart, Esq.Counsel for Burrows: Jeffrey M. Sirody, Esq.Counsel for Everest: Edward C. Christman, Esq.Counsel for the Consumer Bankruptcy Section of the Maryland State Bar Association:Michael A. Ostroff, Esq.Chapter 13 Trustee: Nancy Spencer GrigsbyChapter 13 Trustee: Ellen W. Cosby
The Supreme court’s decision in Harris v. Viegelahn, 135 S. Ct. 1829 (2015), does not preclude the bankruptcy court from directing Chapter 13 trustees to pay funds remaining in their possession to debtor’s counsel up to the amount of the attorney’s fee allowed in cases that are dismissed or converted prior to confirmation of a Chapter 13 plan.