Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Justice Ginsburg's Health

Justice Ginsburg of the US Supreme Court was released from the hospital recently and is returning to work. The Supreme Court's public information department released a statement that stated Justice Ginsburg was released from Washington Hospital Center and plans on returning to work. Ginsburg had been hospitalized feeling faint. She is 76-years old.

The Supreme Court will be considering one or more bankruptcy cases in the upcoming term. Justice Ginsburg's vote could alter the opinion of the court and have a major impact on the practice of bankruptcy law. One big bankruptcy issue before the court relates to whether bankruptcy attorneys are "debt relief agencies" within the meaning of the US Bankruptcy Code. The second big bankruptcy issue relates to the dischargeability of student loans in bankruptcy.

Warmest Regards,

Bob Schaller

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