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Defendant Had No Control Over Transfers And Was A Mere Conduit; Plaintiff Dismissed The Case For No Payment

Before filing for bankruptcy, the Debtors and their non-debtor affiliates and subsidiaries were developers and publishers of interactive entertainment software for popular gaming systems, including home video consoles, hand-held platforms, wireless devices, and personal computers including games played online. Our client, the Defendant, is engaged in the marketing and distribution of video games.

Trustee Dismisses Preference Claim Based on Ordinariness Shown In the Alleged Transfers

The Debtor was a provider of communications services, content, and analytics solutions through multiple communication channels, including print, electronic, and internet-based communications, to clients in the healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, retail, and transportation industries. Defendant, our client is a provider of IT services for government, education, healthcare, and rural electric cooperatives.

Preference and Fraudulent Conveyance Clawback Action Dismissed for No Payment; Debtor Received Value In Exchange of Transfer

The Debtors held themselves as direct marketing logistics solutions and management companies that provide comprehensive, specialized, coordinated, and integrated marketing solutions to multinational clients in the IT, hospitality, financial, and publication industries. Our Client, the Defendant, is a Texas-based company that manufactures high-quality, die-cut, custom mail envelopes for the direct mail and advertising industry.

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