Reminder: “Standing to appeal a bankruptcy court order is, of necessity, quite limited. … [t]his test is an even more exacting standard than traditional constitutional standing.” Dean v. Seidel, No. 21-10468 (Dec. 7, 2021) (citations omitted).

Therefore: “Here, the order on appeal — approval of a litigation funding agreement — does not affect whether Dean’s debts will be discharged. Neither does it affect Reticulum’s related pending case in which it ‘objected to Dean’s bankruptcy discharge and to discharge of its claims against Dean.’ Dean thus does not have bankruptcy standing because he cannot show how the order approving the litigation funding agreement would directly, adversely, and financially impact him.”

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