Rights of Creditors Will be Determined by Contract Terms and Fraudulent Conveyance Statutes—Quadrant v. Vertin

Rights of Creditors Will be Determined by Contract Terms and Fraudulent Conveyance Statutes—Quadrant v. Vertin


Harvard Law School Bankruptcy Roundtable
By: Abigail Pickering Bomba, Steven Epstein, Arthur Fleischer, Jr., Peter S. Golden, Brian T. Mangino, J.Christian Nahr, Philip Richter, Brad Eric Scheler, Robert C. Schwenkel, Gail Weinstein

The Harvard Law School Bankruptcy Roundtable published a summary of the Fried Frank M&A Briefing titled “Rights of Creditors Will be Determined by Contract Terms and Fraudulent Conveyance Statutes; Creditors' Derivative Fiduciary Duty Claims Will Succeed Only in the Rarest of Circumstances—Quadrant v. Vertin.” The memo discusses whether there are circumstances under which a creditor's claim for breach of fiduciary duty might succeed.
 
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