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On Monday, the court released orders from the April 3 conference. The justices did not add any new cases to their merits docket.

Danielle D'Onfro Guest

Danielle D’Onfro is Associate Professor of Law at Washington University in St. Louis. She was previously a member of the bankruptcy & financial restructuring group at WilmerHale.

Date Post Title
12.11.19 Opinion analysis: A very narrow decision to start the term
10.18.19 Argument analysis: “Not a paragon of clarity”
10.10.19 Argument preview: A conflict between plain text and background rules
03.22.19 Opinion analysis: An extremely narrow Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ruling
01.09.19 Argument analysis: Searching for the least unnatural reading
12.31.18 Argument preview: Is foreclosure debt collection?
06.05.18 Opinion analysis: Justices confirm that “respecting” means “relating to” in the Bankruptcy Code
04.18.18 Argument analysis: When neither baseball nor Vermeer analogies persuade the court
04.10.18 Argument preview: Court to decide whether Bankruptcy Code protects dishonest debtors
08.11.17 Surprise dismissal of bankruptcy case seemingly prompted by change in claim ownership
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