Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to establish a narrow interpretation of “actual fraud” in determining whether debts can be discharged through bankruptcy, overturning the Fifth Circuit and endorsing a broader view of a provision that bars parties from shedding debts obtained under false pretenses. In this article, Dan Tabak along with other top attorneys from across the city tell Law360 why the Husky International Electronics Inc. v. Ritz decision is significant.