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June 17, 2024

Saying that the constitutional infirmity was “small” and “short-lived,” the majority decided that prospective relief was enough because Congress subsequently enacted a law mandating uniformity in the future with regard to fees for U.S. Trustees and Bankruptcy Administrators

June 14, 2024

Although there was no split of circuits, the Supreme Court decided that Congress provided a sufficient remedy by requiring uniform fees going forward.

June 7, 2024

Reversing the Fourth Circuit, the Supreme Court gives a flexible interpretation to traditional notions of constitutional standing in bankruptcy cases and appeals.

April 19, 2024

The Supreme Court again retreated from the idea that there’s a strong federal policy in favor of arbitration.

March 25, 2024

The unanimous decision on March 19 by Justice Gorsuch contains language that could be used on both sides of the argument about the validity of equitable mootness.

March 21, 2024

The Supreme Court may decide that standing in bankruptcy cases is more flexible and that Article III standards don’t apply in chapter 11 cases.

February 21, 2024

Any day now, the Second Circuit could create a split of circuits importuning the Supreme Court to decide whether chapter 13 trustees are paid fees even if no plan is confirmed.

January 16, 2024

Several justices seemed to believe that ‘prospective relief’ is sufficient to remedy the due process violation because the alternatives are ineffective.

December 5, 2023

At oral argument, the justices were focused on whether the word “appropriate” in Section 1123(b)(6) allows chapter 11 plans to include nonconsensual, nondebtor third-party releases.

October 17, 2023

Supreme Court to decide whether a creditor has standing to object to any provision in a chapter 11 plan, even provisions that don’t affect the creditor.

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