If you want a prejudgment asset freeze, ask for equitable relief and the recovery of specific property, Judge Goldblatt says.
The high court will decide whether a real estate tax foreclosure can violate the Takings Clause and whether Section 106 abrogates sovereign immunity as to Native American tribes.
Will the Supreme Court add words to Section 523(a)(2)(A) to yield a result that the justices find more palatable?
In South Carolina, taking title to property jointly with a spouse can be an avoidable gift under the Statute of Elizabeth.
Subsequent transferees of Madoff’s fraudulent transfers won’t have an interlocutory appeal from denial of their motions to dismiss.
District judge holds that the safe harbor in Section 546(e) applies to lawsuits by foreign liquidators aiming to avoid transactions abroad under foreign law.
If tax foreclosures violate the Takings Clause, it stands to reason that they are also fraudulent transfers.