Why Avoidance Actions Are Difficult to Dismiss by a Rule 12(b)(6) Motion

Traditional avoidance actions under the Bankruptcy Code, i.e., preferences and fraudulent transfers, have laudable goals: (a) to provide equal treatment to creditors of an insolvent company and (b) to claw back otherwise unavailable assets for the benefit of creditors.  It is no wonder then that the governing provisions of the Bankruptcy Code and applicable state […]

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