Experts Discuss Supreme Court’s Ruling in Husky International Electronics Inc. v. Ritz and its Impact on Fraudulent Conveyance Litigation

May 19, 2016

Recorded on 05-18-2016.

The U.S. Supreme Court on May 16 ruled (7-1) in the case of Husky International Electronics Inc. v. Ritz that the term “actual fraud” in §523(a)(2)(A) encompasses fraudulent conveyance schemes, even when those schemes do not involve a false representation.

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