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Second Circuit Protects a Madoff Conspirator Who Already Paid $7.2 Billion

Clever pleading failed to evade an anti-suit injunction entered as part of a settlement.
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Notice Can Be Ok if Given to Attorney Who Represented Creditor Four Years Earlier

Fraudulent intent can’t be inferred from failure to disclose assets that became worthless before bankruptcy, Tenth Circuit says.
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Bankruptcy Courts May Issue ‘Consent Directives,’ Ninth Circuit BAP Says

BAP equates discovery powers of bankruptcy courts with district courts and federal agencies.
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Supreme Court Again Refuses to Define a ‘Transfer’ or an ‘Initial Transferee’

Circuit splits persist because the Supreme Court ducks fraudulent transfer cases.
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Third Circuit Narrowly Interprets Delaware Fraudulent Transfer Law

Venezuela let off the hook for expropriating assets.
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