Three years ago, in Stern v. Marshall, a case that arose out of the endless litigation between Anna Nicole Smith and the son of her late husband, the Supreme Court stunned the commercial legal community by reopening what many
Continue Reading Still Trying to Close the Stern v. Marshall Can of Worms – The Supreme Court To Grapple Again With Thorny Questions of Bankruptcy Court Jurisdiction

Two years ago in Stern v Marshall, the Supreme Court surprised many observers by placing constitutional limits on the jurisdiction of the United States Bankruptcy Courts. The Court, in limiting the ability of a bankruptcy court judge to render a


Continue Reading Whither the Bankruptcy Courts? Will They Wither? Supreme Court Again to Consider Constitutional Limits on Bankruptcy Court Jurisdiction