When I was “voluntold” to write this inaugural article for the DSBA Bankruptcy Section, I wondered how I would explain to the rest of the Bar what bankruptcy attorneys do. I envisioned readers’ eyes glazing over as I attempted to explain the nuances of non-consensual third-party releases, the Stern v. Marshall doctrine, or “adversary proceedings.” I then wondered whether an article might be better received if it explained that bankruptcy attorneys are not (only?) a special breed, subject to speaking in code, but rather are, at their core, consummate generalists. But first we have to build up the wall in order to take it down.
By: Chuck Kunz
DSBA Bar Journal