Deconstructing Preference Claims In Bankruptcy

Bopp III, Fred W.; Leyden, Shawn K.
March 2013
Maine Bar Journal;Spring2013, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p70
The article focuses on the preference claim in the U.S. by bankruptcy trustee to the creditors of the commercial construction business and decisions of Maine Bankruptcy Court on such issues. It also shares the facts on bankruptcy issues related to preference claim between two companies an excavation company Bill Whorf Inc. and precast concrete product company Sandelin Foundations Inc., Maine.


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