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In my last post, I posited whether the Court's decision in Stern v. Marshall would be a bombshell or a dud. It certainly was no dud. And after reading the 5-4 opinion, I'd say that it's a bombshell in several respects, both from a bankruptcy and constitutional perspective. Here's four reasons why:
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