Successfully represented debtors on appeal after the Bankruptcy Court denied their motion to hold a lender in contempt for attempting to collect on a debt that client contended had been discharged.  The lender’s defense posited that the parties had entered into a new loan agreement, post-discharge.  The Court of Appeals reversed the Bankruptcy Court’s order and remanded the case the Bankruptcy Court for a trial on the debtors’ contempt claims against the lender.  The matter subsequently settled on very favorable terms for client.