Jacob J. Payne

Jacob J. Payne

Rogers Towers

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Caveat Charities: Disgorging Donations as Fraudulent Transfers

The Bankruptcy Code permits a trustee to avoid transfers of property that a debtor has made within two years prior to its bankruptcy filing. In 1998, Congress added a safe-harbor provision for contributions to qualified...more

1/15/2014 - Charitable Donations Consumer Bankruptcy Disgorgement Fraudulent Transfers Religious Institutions Trustees

Rogers Towers: Commencing Proceedings Supplementary to Recover Fraudulent Transfers

Proceedings supplementary are intended to be a speedy and relatively inexpensive means by which a judgment creditor can recover fraudulent transfers from third parties. Unlike conventional suits, proceedings supplementary do...more

6/18/2013 - Discovery Evidence Fraudulent Transfers Judgment Creditors Supplementation Requirements Third-Party

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