The appeals court correctly chose to review the bankruptcy court determination for clear error instead of de novo review. The determination was primarily fact-based.
Shortly after Village at Lakeridge filed for bankruptcy, Dr. Rabkin bought a claim worth $2.76 million for $5,000. How strictly should the appellate court review the bankruptcy court decision that Rabkin was not a non-statutory insider?
Should the federal court review the one-sentence decision below, or look at the prior court’s decision to consider the court’s reasoning?
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