In his characteristically scholary fashion, Steve Jakubowski discusses a recent bankruptcy court decision and in the process covers references to the history of claims for fraudulent conveyances; the homestead exception under the new bankruptcy code, as well as the philosophy as it applies to judicial interpretation theory of the famous philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, as compared to Justice Antonin Scalia. Here is the link:
Bankruptcy Litigation Blog: Judge Markell Invokes Justice Antonin Scalia’s Canons of Statutory Construction Over the Philosophical Theories of Ludwig Wittgenstein in Resolving the Judicial Debate Over How to Close BAPCPA’s New “Mansion Loophole”