McNeill Offers a Practitioner's Guide to Federal Governmental Creditor Fraudulent Conveyance Actions
In “Avoiding the Unavoidable: A Practitioner's Guide to Federal Governmental Creditor Fraudulent Conveyance Actions,” an article published in the American Bankruptcy Law Journal, senior associate Steve McNeill analyzes the growing trend that sees trustees and other estate representatives attempting to avoid transfers that otherwise would be unavoidable under applicable state law by relying on the United States government as an unsecured creditor. The article also evaluates defenses that may be available to targets of these avoidance actions.
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