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December 2, 2008

Supreme Court Lost Interest in Bankruptcy?

According to Scotusblog.com, the Supreme Court has set 65 matters for hearing this term leaving space for about 10 more.  None of the matters set have bankruptcy issues.  The last case that came down was Florida Dept of Revenue v. Piccadilly Cafeterias, heard in March, 2008 and ruled on in June, 2008.  That case dealt with the momentous issue that no one outside of Florida cared about, a stamp tax on a sale of property of the estate.  I was looking forward to a meaningful case this year (its not like there aren't things to be resolved!) but it looks like it is not going to happen.   

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