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Left to right: Andrew Kassner and Joseph Argentina of Drinker Biddle & Reath. Left to right: Andrew Kassner and Joseph Argentina of Drinker Biddle & Reath.

In litigation, the first question is where should the claim be adjudicated. In bankruptcy matters, additional complexity is involved given that bankruptcy court jurisdiction is governed by a separate federal statute. In addition to needing to examine what matters can be heard by the bankruptcy court during the pendency of the bankruptcy case, courts also are asked to review what claims related to a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case can be heard by the bankruptcy court after the plan of reorganization is confirmed and becomes effective. In these situations, courts have held that the bankruptcy court’s jurisdiction narrows after the Chapter 11 plan becomes effective.

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