Habeas -- claim exhaustion under S2255 isn't excused by law of the case that would compel an opposite result -- it's still a legitimate procedural vehicle, so a second-or-successive isn't allowed under S2241.
As state statute barring "first dollar" insurance policies issuance by entities not licensed to do business in the state does not state a policy justification for barring out-of-state entities, it is preempted by federal risk-retention organization statute.
To get fees under S1983 for a preemption claim, the entity itself must have the specific right to be free of state regulation -- zone of interests conferred by statute isn't enough.
Bankruptcy -- appointment of an interim trustee does not lengthen or toll the statute of limitations for filing an avoidance claim, though equitable tolling is available. Richard M. Fogel v. Ronald Shabat