|Present||Gerald A. Sohn Research Scholar, University of Florida Levin College of Law|
|Present||Professor, University of Florida Levin College of Law|
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Choosing among Innocents: Should Donations to Charities Be Protected from Avoidance as Fraudulent Transfers UF Law Faculty Publications (2012)
In recent years, the nation has experienced the most severe recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s. A recession is like a low tide. When the water recedes, the crabs, slugs, and urchins appear. ...
Florida's Beefed-Up Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors as an Alternative to Bankruptcy UF Law Faculty Publications (2008)
Two new corporate clients have been referred to you. The owners of both corporations have consulted lawyers about their struggling businesses and now seek second opinions. The first was advised by its attorney to file ...
Ending the Nonsense: The In Pari Delicto Doctrine Has Nothing to Do With What Is § 541 Property of the Bankruptcy Estate UF Law Faculty Publications (2005)
The recent wave of disregard for corporate fiduciary responsibilities has provided numerous opportunities for courts to consider whether the corporations bankrupted by the unlawful acts of their principals should be prohibited by the in pari ...
Fixing Florida's Execution Lien Law Part Two: Florida's New Judgment Lien on Personal Property UF Law Faculty Publications (2002)
Under both the prior and current laws, a creditor seeking to satisfy a judgment out of property of the judgment debtor obtains a writ of execution from the clerk of the court that issued the ...