Mentioning an existing lawsuit in the debtor’s statement of affairs is insufficient.  The claim must actually be listed as an asset in the debtor’s schedules.  Otherwise, the claim is “unscheduled” and is not abandoned when the bankruptcy trustee decides it is a no asset estate and the bankruptcy court discharges the debtor and closes the case.  Accordingly, here, where plaintiff didn’t schedule his pending claim against his loan servicer, the bankruptcy court did not abuse its discretion in reopening the bankruptcy case, approving the trustee’s settlement of the claim against the loan servicer, and thus nixing the bankrupt’s claim.