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Dismissed For No Payment

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 from avoidance based on the ordinary course of business and subsequent new value defenses. The plaintiff agreed to dismiss the case for no payment and with a waiver of pending claims.