A third of the cases set for argument at the U.S. Supreme Court in the next two weeks involve bankruptcy law, the latest sign of a continuing docket trend that rarely makes headlines.

By the end of the current term, the justices are expected to rule on five bankruptcy cases—a significant chunk of the court’s argument docket of roughly 70 cases this term. Two have already been argued, and the three upcoming arguments focus on consumer bankruptcy issues.

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