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posted by Stephen Lubben

Former guest slipster Ronald Mann has a nice post up at SCOTUSblog about RadLAX Gateway Hotel, LLC v. Amalgamated Bank, the Supreme Court case about credit bidding set for argument on the 23rd. While I've discussed the case here and over at Dealbook, Ronald covers the unique aspects of bankruptcy arguments before the Supreme Court, and explains why an issue that is so clearly important for "us" can be a bit of a muddle for the Supremes.

Be sure to take a look.

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