Distinguishing Law v. Siegel (2014) 134 S.Ct. 1188, this decision holds that a bankruptcy court may apply claim and issue preclusion doctrines to bar later assertion of exemptions it has already denied.  Here, Albert claimed two exemptions when she originally filed her Chapter 13 petition.  A creditor objected, and the bankruptcy court denied the exemptions.  Albert failed to appeal.  Later, her bankruptcy was changed to a Chapter 7 proceeding, and she filed an amended claim of exemptions, reiterating the two which had earlier been denied.  This decision holds that the bankruptcy court properly applied issue preclusion to bar the amended exemptions which were identical to those previously denied.