Fraudulent Transfers

Estate Claims Can’t Be Sold for Trivial Recovery by Unsecured Creditors

Had the purchaser of estate claims offered to waive its own unsecured claim, the sale might have been approved.

Bankruptcy Court Doesn’t Have Exclusive Jurisdiction over Fraudulent Transfer Suits

The Nevada Supreme Court correctly unpacked the confusing notions of bankruptcy jurisdiction and the division of authority between district and bankruptcy courts.

Split Heading to the Tenth Circuit on Sovereign Immunity for Section 544(b) Claims

The Tenth Circuit will likely take sides on a split between the Ninth and Seventh Circuits on Section 544(b) state-law claims brought by a trustee in the shoes of an actual creditor.
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Affirmance Shows that Merit Management Has Been Gutted in the Second Circuit

Properly structuring a leveraged refinancing in the Second Circuit can avoid attack as a fraudulent transfer despite the Supreme Court’s effort at narrowing the ‘safe harbor.’

Second Circuit Revives $3.75 Billion in Lawsuits by the Madoff Trustee Against Financial Institutions

Reversing in favor of the Madoff trustee, the Second Circuit rules that inquiry notice, not willful blindness, governs the good faith defense by recipients of fraudulent transfers.
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Sovereign Immunity Prevailed Because a Slot Machine License Isn’t ‘Property’

In Pennsylvania, a gaming license isn’t ‘property.’ It’s a revocable license that can’t be owned.
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