NO CLE - Stern v. Marshall: One Year Later

Stern v. Marshall: One Year Later

In June 2011, the Supreme Court issued its watershed decision in Stern v. Marshall, restricting the scope of bankruptcy court jurisdiction under Article III of the Constitution. Stern has confounded judges, litigants and commentators alike. Although characterized by the Supreme Court as a “narrow” decision, Stern is proving to have widespread implications, the full extent of which remain to be seen as cases work their way through the bankruptcy, district and appellate courts. This panel will survey the contexts in which Stern has posed issues, the decisions construing and applying Stern in the year since it was decided, and the possible legislative responses to the decision.

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