Bankruptcy Courts Have Contempt Power, Del. Case Reminds

By Daniel Lowenthal and Kimberly Black (May 14, 2024, 2:41 PM EDT) -- The power of federal courts to hold parties in contempt is an important tool for judges because it enables them to maintain order in the courtroom, guarantee orderly administration of justice, and control uncooperative litigants, attorneys, witnesses and other parties....

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