Hazelquist v. Guchi Moochie and Mr. Yamaguchi. (Fed. Cir. 2006).
It is now my dream to cite this case in open court:
DDC: “Your Honor, I would refer you to Guchi Moochi and Mr. Yamaguchi for controlling precedent.”
Court: “Quite compelling argument you have Counselor.”
Opposing Counsel: “Foiled again!”
To cite Guchi Moochi, you need a bankruptcy situation, and to be asking the court to collect post-bankruptcy damages:
DDC: “Under Guchi Moochi and Mr. Yamaguchi, although a discharge in bankruptcy operates as an injunction against a plaintiff asserting a claim for a cause of action that arose before the date of bankruptcy discharge, it does not act as an injunction against a plaintiff asserting a claim for a cause of action that arose after the date of bankruptcy discharge.”