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Opinions Citing Internet Resources
- The following is a list of all United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Louisiana opinions issued since January 1, 2018 that cite to internet addresses. Due to the unstable nature of the internet, snapshots of those internet links are archived here in order to preserve what the court was referencing at the time the opinion was published.
- The snapshots include a watermark to denote the archived status of the webpage and the date that the image was captured.
- To view the archived version of the webpage, click the link below. To view the current version (if it still exists), copy and paste the link to your web browser.
- Click the case number to view the opinion from this website.
|Case Number - Debtor (listed in descending order)|
|17-11472 - John D. Chesteen, Jr.|
|Resource Cited: https://www.healthcare.gov/why-coverage-is-important/the-fee-for-no-coverage/|
|15-12646 - Larry Galloway, Robin David Galloway|
|Resource Cited: https://lalegalethics.org/louisiana-rules-of-professional-conduct/article-1-client-lawyer-relationship/rule-1-1-competence/|