Judges will not consider immunity of court-appointed receivers


By Ryan Boysen (March 21, 2022, 2:43 p.m. EDT) – The U.S. Supreme Court won’t guess whether court-appointed receivers are shielded from liability for their actions through “quasi-judicial immunity” , leaving in place a recent Third Circuit ruling that granted a receiver those protections.

The high court on Monday rejected Lan Tu Trinh’s petition. As usual, the judges gave no reason why they refused to hear the case.

Trinh’s Supreme Court petition stems from a business dispute with her sister over the dissolution of a beauty school in Pennsylvania that they co-owned.

David Fineman of Fineman Krekstein & Harris PC was named by a state court judge in…

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