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Bankruptcy Court Declines to Follow Second Circuit and Holds Safe Harbors Do Not Apply to Some State Law Fraudulent Conveyance Claims By Jason W. Harbour (PDF)

Bankruptcy Court Declines to Follow Second Circuit and Holds Safe Harbors Do Not Apply to Some State Law Fraudulent Conveyance Claims By Jason W. Harbour (PDF)

Discusses a Delaware bankruptcy court decision holding that Bankruptcy Code Section 546(e) safe harbors do not prevent a liquidation trust from pursuing some state law constructive fraudulent conveyance claims assigned to the trust by creditors.

$57.00
Bankruptcy Remote Special Purpose Entities Are Not Necessarily Bankruptcy Proof by Peter C. Blain (PDF)

Bankruptcy Remote Special Purpose Entities Are Not Necessarily Bankruptcy Proof by Peter C. Blain (PDF)

Explains two bankruptcy court decisions that serve as a stark reminder that "bankruptcy remote" is not necessarily "bankruptcy proof."

$57.00
Director Duties in a Transnational Energy Insolvency (PDF)

Director Duties in a Transnational Energy Insolvency (PDF)

With oil prices at multi-year lows, the upstream oil and gas industry is reeling. Many exploration and production concerns, as well as oilfield and offshore service providers, have filed for bankruptcy. Many more are likely to do so in the next 12 to 18 months, while others will likely be quickly and quietly liquidated due to lack of commercial prospects.

$61.00
Illinois Estate Planning: Protecting Clients' Assets from Bankruptcy Without Running Afoul of the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (PDF)

Illinois Estate Planning: Protecting Clients' Assets from Bankruptcy Without Running Afoul of the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (PDF)

Explores the role of Illinois estate planners in protecting client assets, while adhering to the terms of the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, and focusing on those assets that qualify for exemption from the bankruptcy provisions.

$61.00
Implications of SEC v. Miller, 808 F.3d 623 (2d Cir. 2015) by Andriana Georgallas (PDF)

Implications of SEC v. Miller, 808 F.3d 623 (2d Cir. 2015) by Andriana Georgallas (PDF)

Examines the implications of the decision of the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in SEC v. Miller, 808 F.3d 623, 74 C.B.C.2d 1274 (2d Cir. 2015), in which it held that a postpetition asset freeze order did not violate the automatic stay.

$61.00