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Pennsylvania Court – What May Constitute Property for Purposes of Entitlement to Due Process Protections Does Not, However, Govern Whether It is Property For Other Purposes Under State Law

January 4, 2020, Eastern District of Pennsylvania– On December 20, 2006, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board awarded one of two slot machine licenses to a Debtor. Due to unexpected delays and the inability to secure financial backing, the Debtor was not able to open its casino within one year, as …

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Patriot National Trustee Seeks $6.2M From Company’s Ex-CEO

December 23, 2019, Delaware –Earlier last week, Peter Kravitz, as Litigation Trustee of the PNI Litigation Trust for the bankrupt insurance technology and outsourcing firm Patriot National Inc. (the “Debtor”) brought a lawsuit against the company’s founder and ex-CEO in the Delaware bankruptcy court to clawback more than $6. 2 …

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First Circuit Rules in Favor of Bankruptcy Trustee in the Tuition Clawback Case

December 3, 2019, Connecticut– Between 2012 and 2014, Steven Palladino and Lori Palladino, (together, the “Palladinos” or “debtor parents”) paid approximately $64,000 in college tuition fees to Sacred Heart University, Inc. (the “Defendant”) for their 18-year-old daughter. Subsequently, the parents were convicted for fraud in operating a Ponzi scheme and …

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More than 300 Lawsuits Filed in Sears Holdings Corporation Bankruptcy Case

November 12, 2019, New York – Recently, between November 7, 2019 to November 11, 2019, Kmart Holdings Corporation (the “Plaintiff” or “Debtor”) initiated nearly 350 complaints against several defendants to avoid and recover preferential transfers of property that occurred during the ninety (90) day period prior to the commencement of …

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A California Bankruptcy Court Determines Whether Transfer of A Debtors’ Ownership Interests to His Son is Fraudulent

October 15, 2019, California – The Plaintiff Douglas Whatley for the Debtors Rajpal Singh Chatha (“Rajpal”) and Taranjit Kaur Chatha (“Taranjit”) (collectively, “Debtors”) filed two motions for partial summary judgment, asserting that the transfer of the Debtors’ ownership interests in the alleged properties by the Debtors to their son Simranjit …

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