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Educ. Credit Mgmt. Corp. v. Frushour (In re Frushour)

Appellant student loan management company appealed from the order of the district court, which held that appellee debtor satisfied the undue hardship requirement in 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(8) and was entitled to discharge her student loans.
Ruling: 
Discharge of debtor's student loans due was overturned since the debtor had failed to show undue hardship
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In re Armstrong World Indus.

Appellant debtor corporation and two of its subsidiaries filed a chapter 11 petition for bankruptcy. An unsecured creditors committee filed objections to the bankruptcy court's proposed findings and conclusions with the district court. The district court denied confirmation of the bankruptcy reorganization plan. The debtor corporation appealed.
Ruling: 
Debtor corporation was denied confirmation of its chapter 11 reorganization plan because the plan's distribution of warrants to equity interest holders over the objection of a class of unsecured creditors violated the absolute priority rule.
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