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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 was a company engaged in manufacturing of oil and gas equipment. The Plaintiff sought to recover preference transfers worth $ 27,740.00 from our client under Section 547 of the Bankruptcy Code.

Based on our analysis using the base period and the preference period payment averages, ranges of payments and distribution of payments, we established to the plaintiff that the alleged preference period payments were made in the ordinary course of business and clinched the deal in favor of our client. The plaintiff dismissed the case for no costs.