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186001P.pdf  10/18/2018  Steven Conway  v.  Richard Heyl
   U.S. Court of Appeals Case No:   18-6001
   U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Missouri - St. Louis   
[PUBLISHED] [Saladino, Chief Judge, Author, with Dow and Sanberg, Bankrupty Judges] Bankruptcy Appellant Panel - Discharge under 11 U.S.C. sec. 523(a)(19). After Steven Conway lost money in real estate development scheme managed by debtor, he filed a complaint with the Enforcement Division of the Missouri Securities Division of the Secretary of State, which resulted in a Consent Order requiring debtor to pay a fine and costs. Conway's subsequent adversary proceeding, asserting the debt owed him was excepted from discharge under section 523(a)(19), was properly dismissed by the bankruptcy court, as of the debt at issue did not "result . . .from" the Consent Order. Conway was not a party to or signatory on the Consent Order and the debt to Conway did not result from the Consent Order.