In re: Regan, 05-1307
In a bankruptcy case, a decision reversing a determination that a debt owed to a supplier of roofing materials and supplies by debtors was nondischargeable is reversed where the Colorado Supreme Court's proper construction of the Colorado Mechanic's Lien Trust Fund Statute was dispositive of the issue of whether the debt was dischargeable.
- Decided 02/28/2007
- Published 02/28/2007
ANDERSON, Circuit Judge., Before BRISCOE, ANDERSON, and EBEL, Circuit Judges.
United States Tenth Circuit
Submitted on the briefs: Harvey L. Kramer and Brian J. Berardini, Brown, Berardini & Dunning, P.C., Denver, CO, for Appellant., Robert H. (“Rick”) Miller, David B. Law, W. Andrew Figel, Lichtenfels, Pansing & Miller, P.C., Denver, CO, and Gilbert R. Egle, Preeo, Silverman, Green & Egle, P.C., Denver, CO, filed a brief on behalf of amici.
Stephen E. Berken and Jennifer O. Pielsticker, Law Offices of Stephen Berken, Denver, CO, for Appellee.