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Our bankruptcy practice is devoted primarily to representing defendants of preference and fraudulent conveyance actions under Sections 547 and 548 of the Bankruptcy Code. Read More…

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We have deep knowledge of preference and fraudulent conveyance defense litigation. This means reviewing and analyzing hundreds of preference and fraudulent conveyance judicial opinions issued each and every year. Read more…

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Fact Issues As To Whether the Payment Constitutes a Preferential Transfer Under § 547 Because It Allowed Defendant to Receive More Than It Would Under a Chapter 7 Liquidation and Whether The Earmarking Doctrine applies Precluded Summary Judgment in Favor of Plaintiff

November 7, 2018, Puerto Rico – The adversary proceeding was brought before the court upon the plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment filed by the Chapter 7 Trustee for the Debtor Jesus Joel Barreto against a Defendant bank, Cooperativa de Ahorro y Crédito de Aguadilla. On September 5, 2014, the Debtor …

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A Plaintiff’s Complaints Fail to State a Claim for the Avoidance of the Overdraft Loan Repayment Transfers as Constructively Fraudulent Transfers.

October 10, 2018, Florida – Debtors Able Body Temporary Services, Inc., et al. was engaged in the business of providing staffing services. Briefly, Debtors’ principals, Frank and Anne Mongelluzzi, owned numerous companies (the “Mongelluzzi Entities”). The Mongelluzzi Entities maintained multiple deposit accounts at Defendant Regions Bank. Some of the Mongelluzzi …

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Madoff Investors Contests to Keep $41M in Profit Withdrawals

August 28, 2018, New York – A group of investors that earned millions in Ponzi scheme proceeds from Bernie Madoff’s defunct investment firm urged a New York federal judge last month to overrule the recommendations of a bankruptcy judge and grant them judgment over a trustee’s efforts to claw back …

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