Corey Weber Quoted in Law360’s Article on Executive Benefits Insurance Agency v. Arkison
Corey Weber was quoted in Law360’s June 10 article titled “Lawyers Weigh In On High Court’s Arkison Ruling.” Some of the country’s top bankruptcy lawyers discussed the Executive Benefits Insurance Agency v. Arkison ruling and its significance.
Here is Corey’s quote:
Corey Weber, Brutzkus Gubner LLP: “The Supreme Court took a pragmatic approach to addressing the statutory ‘gap’ that was purportedly created by Stern v. Marshall, and concluded that bankruptcy courts may continue to hear claims that are ‘core’ pursuant to the statute but where the Constitution does not permit bankruptcy courts to enter final judgment. Bankruptcy courts may issue findings of fact and conclusions of law, and district courts will then review de novo. The Supreme Court’s opinion ensures that the expertise and efficiency of bankruptcy courts in hearing these claims will be preserved.”