Can a Payment Incurred Through Fraud Be In the Ordinary Course of Business?
Were the alleged preference payments that resulted from fraud, incurred in the ordinary course of business of the debtor and creditor?
Goodman v. Credit Union of Ga. (In re Gaines), 502 B.R. 633, 2013 Bankr. LEXIS 5281, 2013 WL 6530551 (Bankr. N.D. Ga. 2013)
Are the Debts Resulting From Agreements Changing the Scope of Business in the Ordinary Course?
Jubber v. SMC Elec. Prods. (In re C.W. Mining Co.), 798 F.3d 983, 2015 U.S….Read More
What Are the Preference Laws and Why They Should Be Amended?
Roland Gary Jones, Esq., a seasoned preference law attorney, discusses why he thinks the current…Read More