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Controlling Exposure in Preference Actions

A customer’s bankruptcy often results in a sharp reduction to the value of the receivables owing from the customer. However, in addition to the drop in asset value, there can also be further liability when the bankruptcy trustee later demands the return of a significant amount of money that the...

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