An interview with the Author of the article "Commercial Morality, the Merchant Character, and the History of the Voidable Preference."
Trustee Wallace initiates clawback actions to avoid preferential and fraudulent transfers made to several creditors in CFO Management Holdings bankruptcy.
Elissa D. Miller, as chapter 7 trustee (“Trustee”) for the estate of Girardi Keese (“Debtor”), has filed more than fifty complaints in the past two weeks against several Defendants.
EnLink Midstream Operating, LP (“Plaintiff”) files an adversary complaint against Christopher Murray, in his capacity as Chapter 7 trustee (“Trustee”) for South Texas ELV, LLC (“Debtor”), and Hedrick Holdings, LP (“Defendants”).
American Express National Bank files a 12(b)(6) motion in the Tennessee Bankruptcy Court to dismiss the fraudulent transfer complaint of Erica R. Johnson, the Trustee for Debtor Falcon Press, LLC (“Debtor”).
The Connecticut Bankruptcy Court denied Dennis Group’s summary judgment motion on the allegations of breach of contract and fraud against People’s United Bank, N.A., and B.M.O. Harris Bank, N.A.
Puerto Rico Bankruptcy Court dismissed the preference and fraudulent transfer allegations made by BLD Realty, Inc. (“Debtor”) against Latin Investment Corp., et al., (“Defendants”).
Steven R. Bailey, the chapter 7 trustee (“Trustee”) of the estate of Empire Solar Group, LLC (“Debtor”), sues R&J Technical Services LLC (“RJT”), Ron Housekeeper (“Mr. Ron”), Jake Housekeeper (“Mr. Jake”) and others for an alleged fraudulent conveyance of $6.7 million.
Pioneer Funding Group III, LLC, Pioneer Funding Group IV, LLC, and Further South, LLC (“Plaintiffs”) file an adversary proceeding against Royal Essex LLC, Royal Union Properties LLC, George F. Holman, Martha Jane Holman, Essex Real Estate Group, LLC, et al.
The Bankruptcy Court for Southern New York denied a motion filed by Jason Stone and KeyFi, Inc. (“Defendants”), which sought to dismiss Celsius Network’s complaint against them. Celsius’s complaint alleged that Celsius entrusted the operation of its cryptocurrency “staking” activities to Jason Stone in 2020
The District Court for Southern New York affirmed a decision of the Southern New York Bankruptcy Court which had dismissed Zelig Weiss’s complaint against Debtor All Year Holdings Ltd. and its subsidiary YGWV.
Hemp Kentucky Growers, LLC, (“Defendant” or “HKG”) moves the Kentucky Bankruptcy Court for summary judgment against the adversary complaint filed by Oxford Restructuring Advisors, LLC (“Plaintiff”).