Advanced Fraudulent Transfers: A Litigation Guide
Fraudulent conveyance laws have been in place for many years to protect the rights of creditors, but recent years have shone a greater spotlight on fraudulent transfer litigation, particularly in regards to leveraged buyouts. Written by an active participant in major fraudulent conveyance litigation, Advanced Fraudulent Transfers: A Litigation Guide provides insight into the differences between constructive and intentional fraud claims, how the elements of the claims can be proved, and the defenses that are typically raised. Also discussed are some of the modern issues arising in failed leveraged transactions. The book analyzes such recent cases as Tribune, Lyondell, SemGroup and Tronox, and explores the future of bankruptcy court adjudication of fraudulent conveyance litigation in light of Stern v. Marshall. Advanced Fraudulent Transfers is an indispensable guide for legal and financial professionals who find themselves dealing with the structuring of leveraged deals — as well as the fallout when those businesses fail.