Monday, June 23, 2008

Fraudulent conveyance. The Second Circuit has held that a federal securities receiver may not employ New York Debtor and Creditor Law section 276 to set aside a fraudulent conveyance where he represents only the transferor.

In addition, the Court held that a third party who claims a right to certain property held by the receiver is entitled to a jury trial under the Seventh Amendment.

The decision in Eberhard v. Marcu can be found here.

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