As you know, all debts are not necessarily dischargeable in bankruptcy. Here is one that you may not have thought of that involves "deception or trickery" where an employee had a conflict with between his employer, and his personal company that was in the same business.
In re: Jonathan M. Morris, a chapter 7 case with Judge Glenn dated May 8, 2018:
[T]he Court finds that the Debtor incurred a debt to Rimrock by deception or trickery, and by misappropriating a business opportunity that had been entrusted to him by Rimrock. Consequently, the debt is nondischargeable in the Debtor's Chapter 7 case pursuant to § 523(a)(2)(A) and § 523(a)(4) of the Bankruptcy Code.
The case can be found at https://scholar.google.com/scholar?scidkt=8175853834226527208+5738018132751688604&as_sdt=2&hl=en