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Litigating a Fraudulent Conveyance Claim

June 16, 2017

Given the potential value of fraudulent conveyance claims, an often-litigated issue is who has the standing (or ability) to bring the litigation.

This selection is taken from Advanced Fraudulent Transfers:  A Litigation Guide. Interested in purchasing a copy? It's available at our ABI Store.

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