Not Your Parents’ Fraudulent-Transfer Action

Practitioners are constantly looking for ways to expand, or limit, the ability of estate fiduciaries and creditors to avoid transfers. This panel will explore several cutting-edge issues with respect to fraudulent-transfer actions currently playing out in bankruptcy courts, including whether trustees may recover tuition payments by debtor-parents for the benefit of their adult children and the meaning of “reasonably equivalent value” under Section 548(A)(1)(b). The panel will explore opportunities to expand a trustee’s avoidance powers, including a trustee’s ability to stand in the shoes of the IRS and benefit from the 10-year look-back period, Ponzi scheme issues, and applying avoidance powers to foreign defendants. The speakers will also discuss whether silence is still golden in light of Husky International v. Ritz.

Price: $125.00
SKU: 194585
75 mins
Andrew Z. Schwartz, Moderator Foley Hoag LLP; Boston Hon. Julie A. Manning U.S. Bankruptcy Court (D. Conn.); Bridgeport Harold B. Murphy Murphy & King, PC; Boston Suzanne B. Roski Protiviti Inc.; Richmond, Va