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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Preferential Transfers IV: Defenses to Preference Avoidance Actions (Part II)

Posted in Chapter 11, Chapter 13, Chapter 7

This is the second post devoted to defenses against preference avoidance actions.  It covers the so-called ordinary course of business defense. Defenses To Preference Avoidance Actions, Part II: The Ordinary Course Of Business Defense Suppose a corporate debtor in Chapter 11 has a lease on the building in which it conducts its business.  Suppose the… Continue Reading

Nicholas Gebelt is speaking on Bankruptcy Litigation: Preferences, Fraudulent Transfers, and Appellate Procedures & Strategies

Posted in Uncategorized

I will be covering the topics of :  1) Preferential Transfers: Preference Actions and Substantive Defenses, 2) Fraudulent Transfers: Actual Intent and Affirmative Defenses, and 3) Appellate Procedure and Strategies: Appeals from Final Orders and Interlocutory Appeals.  I will present this talk at the National Business Institute’s “Bankruptcy Litigation 101” seminar in Orange, CA on May 8,… Continue Reading