As set forth in Scholes v. Lehmann and adopted by courts across the country, a Receiver has standing to pursue fraudulent transfer claims because the receivership..
Receivership Estate, as Legal Identity Separate and Distinct From Receivership Entity, is Creditor of Receivership Entity for Purposes of Fraudulent Transfer Claims
Most court have adopted the traditional view that a receiver stands in the shoes of the entity that has been placed in receivership such that..
Receivers’ Fraudulent Transfer Claims Are Not Barred by In Pari Delicto Doctrine: A Survey of Federal and State Court Decisions
A growing list of federal and state courts have determined that fraudulent transfer claims brought by an equity receiver are not barred by the doctrine..