Attorney Jack Haake penned an article, “In Tronox, 2nd Circ. Sends Clear Message About Injunctions
,” analyzing what the In re Tronox Inc., No. 16-343, (2d Cir. Apr. 20, 2017) decision means for entities that don’t agree with how the court is evaluating their bankruptcy injunctions.
Haake’s article thoroughly examines the decision and explains that, per the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit’s decision, “entities dissatisfied with a district court’s interpretation of an injunction must choose either to comply with the injunction as interpreted by the district court or risk sanctions if they believe the district court erred.”