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Statute of Limitations Bankruptcy Trustee Clawback Claims Fraudulent Asset Transfers

In this post we examine the statute of limitations applied to a bankruptcy trustee's ability to pursue fraudulent asset transfer claims also known as "clawback" claims.  (This is distinct from preferential payments received by a creditor within 90 days of the debtor's bankruptcy filing - a time period where the law presumes the debtor to be insolv...

Posted by , May 1, 2016 • Bankruptcy, Litigation

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