The Law of Fraudulent Transfers Applied to Intellectual Property
Intellectual property can be particularly vulnerable to fraudulent transfer claims. It can be difficult to ascribe value to IP with any degree of certainty. Yet, lack of exchange of reasonably equivalent value given in exchange for IP (or an obligation relating to IP) can open the door to a claim of fraudulent transfer.
Ronald Vollmar served on a panel that explored the three bodies of law under which fraudulent transfer claims can arise: (1) federal bankruptcy law, (2) pure state law not involving bankruptcy, and (3) a mixture of federal bankruptcy law and state law.
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