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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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We limit our practice to defending preference and fraudulent conveyance claims. Our dedication works and we can prove it. We represented a nationally known brand, a sportswear manufacturer ... Read More…

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Dismissed For No Payment

April 2, 2018, Delaware –  The Debtor, Dependable Auto Shippers, Inc. provided shipping services for a range of vehicles, including cars, trucks, autos, vans, motorcycles, boats, recreational vehicles, heavy equipment, ATVs, antique and custom cars, boats, planes, and more. It also offers global and specialized transport services. The Defendant, our client …

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Dismissed For No Payment

April 12, 2018, Delaware – The Debtors, SP Images, Inc. was a full service licensed distributor of sports and entertainment products. It specialized in providing retail partners with an assortment of licensed merchandise, including individual items licensed by Major League Baseball, the National Football League, the National Hockey League, the …

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Dismissed For No Payment

April 5, 2018, Delaware – Our client, the Defendant is a small local milk processing and distribution company in Las Vegas, Nevada. It supplied dairy products to the debtor’s stores operating as a grocery business. The Defendant delivered various kinds of dairy products which the debtor sold in its chain …

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Dismissed For No Payment

May 16, 2017, Arizona – The plaintiff trustee filed this suit to recover alleged single post-petition transfer in the amount $20,800. The debtor was a trucking company in Arizona. It turned out that the suit was made in error as our client never received transfers from the debtor. Instead, the …

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Dismissed For No Payment

June 6, 2017, Nebraska –  Jones & Associates represented the defendant in this case, who received monthly interest payments from the debtor pursuant to a pre-petition contract. The trustee sought to avoid and recover the payments worth $1910,750.18 from our client. We successfully established that of all the alleged payments, one …

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Dismissed For No Payment

New Hampshire, April 17, 2017  – Jones & Associates successfully defended its client, a US company that specializes in manufacturing parts and components for the aerospace industry to construction industry. The Debtor GT Advanced Technologies, Inc, is a technology company producing advanced materials and innovative crystal growth equipment for the …

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Dismissed For No Payment

June 18, 2017, Mississippi – The defendant, our client, in this case, provided professional advisory services to the debtor pursuant to an engagement agreement. The debtor paid our client during the preference period. The plaintiff sought to recover the payments as preferential transfers, fraudulent conveyance transfers, and post-petition transfers. We …

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April 29, 2017, Delaware – The plaintiff filed this suit to recover alleged preference transfers in the amount $65k. Our client supplied and delivered coffee products to the debtor. In defense of our client, we argued that the preference transfers fall within the historical period transactions and were thus protected …

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Dismissed For No Payment

Delaware, March 7, 2016 – Jones & Associates successfully defended its client, a US air transit services company. Debtor Global Aviation Holdings Inc., through its subsidiaries, was a provider of customized, non-scheduled passenger and cargo air transport services worldwide. The Trustee for the Debtor, Alfred T. Giuliano, brought a lawsuit …

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