Bayard’s Avoidance Action Update Blog is now live and can be viewed here. The blog will cover the latest news with respect to preference actions, fraudulent transfers and everything else under the bankruptcy code’s avoidance statutes. Evan Miller is the administrator and publisher of the blog.
The blog currently contains the following posts:
- Judge Sontchi Rules Preferential Transactions Were Made in the Ordinary Course of Business Notwithstanding Earlier Ruling Adverse to Defendant at Summary Judgment Stage
- Chief Judge Stark (D. Del.) Issues a Pair of Opinions Addressing New Value, Ordinary Course of Business, and Earmarking Defenses (Part I)
- Chief Judge Stark (D. Del.) Issues a Pair of Opinions Addressing New Value, Ordinary Course of Business, and Earmarking Defenses (Part II)
- How Much Control Must a Bank Exert to be Considered an Initial Transferee Under 11 U.S.C. § 550? Can Substantive Consolidation be Applied Nunc Pro Tunc to Help ‘Create’ an Avoidance Action? Chief Judge Frank (Bankr. E.D. Pa.) Provides an Answer in In re Universal Marketing, Inc.