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Bankruptcy: Failure to Disclose Assets-Claim of Exemption-Bad Faith

The bankruptcy trustee appealed from the affirmance of the bankruptcy court’s grant of debtor’s amendment to his petition disclosing a possible interest in $30,000 in cash in a home safe and claiming that interest as exempt. Where a bankruptcy court ...

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School Districts: IEP-Bad Faith

Where appellants challenged the grant of summary judgment to the defendant school district in a dispute involving a student’s individualized education program, the judgment is affirmed because the appellants did not show that the defendant acted in bad faith or ...

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Insurance: Bad Faith-Burden of Proof

Plaintiff’s home burned, and defendant insurer denied the claim and canceled the policy. Plaintiff sued defendant for breach of contract and bad-faith denial/investigation. Where the district court did not improperly shift the burden of proof on the claim to defendant ...

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Insurance : Personal Injury Judgment – Refusal To Defend – Bad Faith

Allen v. Bryers (MLW No. 70029/Case No. SC95358 – 35 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Draper, J.; Fischer, Stith and Russell, JJ., concur; Wilson, J., concurs in result in separate opinion filed; Breckenridge, C.J., concurs in opinion of Wilson, J.)

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