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Denial of Daubert Motion and Dismissal of Fraudulent Transfer Claim Affirmed

In O’Halloran v. Harris Corp. (In re Teltronics, Inc.), 2018 WL 4700578 (11th Cir. Oct. 2, 2018), the Eleventh Circuit affirmed a district court judgment affirming a bankruptcy court order dismissing a fraudulent conveyance claim.  The alleged fraudulent conveyance was the debtor’s transfer of a “blocking right” and right of first refusal under a patent transfer agreement, but the...

YOU CAN’T HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT TOO: “MIDCO” TRANSACTION EXPOSES SELLERS TO TRANSFEREE LIABILITY

Consider the following situation: You’re a major stockholder in a corporation whose assets have appreciated in value, and you want to sell.  You would really like to structure the deal as a sale of stock in order to avoid capital gains tax on the corporation’s appreciated assets.  When you contact potential buyers, you find that they all want to structure the purchase as an asset sale...