Understanding “actual fraud” in bankruptcy cases as discussed in the 2016 United States Supreme Court case of Husky Intern. Electronics, Inc. v. Ritz

bankruptcy and actual fraud
bankruptcy and actual fraud

My article was recently published in the Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association’s Cramdown Newsletter. My article reviews the United State Supreme Court case of Husky International Electronics, Inc. v. Ritz, and whether “actual fraud” requires a false representation or whether it encompasses other traditional forms of fraud without a false representation, such as fraudulent conveyance of property to evade creditors. The Spring 2021 edition also includes articles about The Honorable Lori V. Vaughan, ZOOM, excessive attorney’s fees, the Le Centre on Fourth case, When Bankruptcy and Arbitration Collide, and student loans. For these articles, click HERE.

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