Delaware ordinary course of business

On August 4, 2016, the Delaware Bankruptcy Court considered cross-motions for summary judgment in a preference action case styled as Pirinate Consulting Group, LLC v. Maryland Department of the Environment (In re NewPage Corp.), Adv. Pro. No. 13-52206 (KG).  This gem of an opinion is noteworthy in that it analyzes various defenses raised by

Last month, Jeoffrey Burtch (the “Trustee”), as Chapter 7 Trustee for the Opus South Bankruptcy, began filing preference complaints seeking to recover what the Trustee alleges are avoidable transfers under the Bankruptcy Code.  For those unfamiliar with the Opus South bankruptcy, the company filed petitions for bankruptcy in the Delaware Bankruptcy Court on April 22,

Earlier this month, James Carroll in his capacity as the “Wind Down Professional” for the Velocity Express bankruptcy, began filing preference actions against various defendants.  As alleged in the preference complaints, Carroll was appointed as Velocity’s Wind Down Professional under a “Wind Down Order” entered by the Delaware Bankruptcy Court in July of last year.