Earl Forte Publishes Volume 3 of "The Fraudulent Transfer Handbook"
Earl Forte has published a third volume of his book, The Fraudulent Transfer Handbook. Titled The Fraudulent Transfer (a/k/a Voidable Transactions) Handbook – 2015 Supplement, the most recent edition discusses the change in 2015 from the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act to the new Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (UVTA). Also covered in Volume 3 are Constitutional limits on the power of Bankruptcy judges and the impact of recent New York federal court decisions in Madoff Ponzi scheme litigation on fraudulent transfer law.
The Fraudulent Transfer Handbook was originally published in 2013 as a practical guide for lawyers, experts and their clients and was followed by a 2014 supplement. The series is designed to provide a concise and useful discussion of fraudulent transfer law and some of the common issues that arise in fraudulent transfer cases.
All three books are available on Amazon.com.
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