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When Tax Claims Can Tip the Scales: Expanding the Look-Back Period on Fraudulent-Transfer Claims

March 28, 2018

Idaho Bankruptcy Court recently ruled in In re CVAH Inc. that a trustee can “step into the shoes” of the IRS and utilize the transfer avoidance powers within both the FDCPA and the IRC.

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