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Category: Creditors’ Rights

Fraudulent Transfer or Voidable Transaction? A Look at Fraudulent Conveyance Regulations

by on Creditors' Rights. Published March 17th, 2021

State laws dealing with asset transfers concerning bankruptcy are getting a closer look because of a new version of the […]

Bankruptcy Trends Pose a Challenge to Economic Recovery

by on Creditors' Rights. Published February 24th, 2021

The pandemic continues to complicate economic recovery in several industries as the “second wave” of bankruptcies hits Key takeaways: The […]

PPP Litigation Update: Eleventh Circuit Says No PPP Loans for Debtors in Bankruptcy

by on Creditors' Rights. Published January 28th, 2021

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals recently joined the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in holding that the Small Business […]

Bankruptcy Court Holds Filing a Bankruptcy Proof of Claim is “Debt Collection”

by on Creditors' Rights. Published October 7th, 2020

A 2020 bankruptcy court decision has created cause for concern among lenders and debt collectors pursuing debtors in bankruptcy court […]