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Trustee Initiates Lawsuits Against 40 Defendants in Woodside Management Bankruptcy Case

November 5, 2019, New York – Last week, John S. Pereira, as Chapter 7 Trustee for the estates Woodside Management, Inc., Tunnel Taxi Management, LLC, Downtown Taxi Management, LLC and 28th Street Management, Inc. (the “Debtors” ) initiated adversary proceedings against forty (40) defendants. The complaint alleges that the Defendant …

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More than 100 Adversary Proceedings Filed in M&G USA Corporation Bankruptcy

November 1, 2019, Delaware – Last month, Alan D. Halperin and Ankura Trust Company, as co-trustees (the “Trustees” or “Plaintiffs”) of the M & G Corporation Litigation Trust ( the “Trust”), initiated approx. (112) one hundred twelve complaints against numerous defendants to avoid and recover certain transfers made by Debtor …

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Purdue Pharma Alleges That Supreme Court Lacks Jurisdiction to Rule on Sackler Money Transfers

October 30, 2019, Arizona – OxyContin manufacturer Purdue Pharma urges the U.S. Supreme Court to reject the state of Arizona’s proposed filing seeking to “clawback” billions of dollars in transfers from its founders, the Sackler family, in light of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy. By way of background, three months ago, …

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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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Texas Apex Court Deliberates ‘Good Faith’ In $79M Stanford International Bank Ponzi Clawback

October 8, 2019, Texas – The Texas Supreme Court is deliberating on the interpretation of “good faith” as it relates to the Texas Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act. The litigating parties recently finished the oral arguments on the question certified by the Fifth Circuit. The apex court will opine on the issue, bringing a …

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Judgment Debt Against A Debtor is Non-Dischargeable Under § 523(a)(2)(A), Where a Debtor Knowingly Makes a False Representation to the Creditors.  

October 5 , 2019, Northern District of Texas – Debtor Jenkins and his wife Elizabeth Jenkins (collectively, the “Jenkins”) purchased a property titled Bennett Lawson Property in 2001. At the time of purchase, the property had an on-site conventional anaerobic septic tank sewer system installed. In or about 2007, the …

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