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Ryan Blackney and Liz Janczak Write about Bankruptcy Court Ruling Shifting Burden

The Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts recently ruled that courts can shift the burden of production to a defendant to quantify the value of indirect benefits purportedly received by a debtor accused of making a fraudulent transfer. Ryan Blackney, a member of the Litigation Practice Group and Fraud and Internal Investigations Team, and Elizabeth Janczak, a member of the Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Practice Group, write about the impact of the case decision in, "Fraudulent Transfers and Reasonably Equivalent Value: Shifting the Burden of Production to Defendants," which was published on the American Bankruptcy Institute's Committees website. 

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