District Judge Reads the Safe Harbor Broadly to Immunize a Leveraged Buyout

Although a stock purchase and a loan payoff were one month apart, a district judge in Indiana found a sufficient nexus to invoke the safe harbor and dismiss a fraudulent transfer suit.

‘Person Aggrieved’ for Appellate Standing Test May Have Died, but May Be Resurrected

Sixth Circuit judges wrote 17 pages of dicta to muse on whether the ‘person aggrieved’ test for appellate standing died with the adoption of the Bankruptcy Code but remains good law under the ‘zone-of-interests’ test.

Here’s How a Disclaimed Inheritance Can Be Recovered Under Section 544(b)

Although a disclaimed inheritance is ordinarily beyond the avoiding powers, a trustee can step into the shoes of the IRS to set aside the disclaimer.