Kathy Bazoian Phelps
Senior Counsel in Ponzi Scheme Litigation
and Bankruptcy Matters

Kathy is a senior business trial attorney with more than 30 years experience prosecuting and defending claims for high net worth clients involved in Ponzi scheme matters and in bankruptcy proceedings. Kathy’s practice includes recovering assets for clients in complex fraud cases under standard fee and alternative fee arrangements. She also handles SEC and CFTC whistleblower claims. Kathy also serves as a mediator in bankruptcy matters, in complex business disputes, and in matters requiring detailed knowledge about fraud or Ponzi schemes.

Kathy’s Clients in Ponzi Scheme Cases and Bankruptcy Matters
Equity Receivers
Bankruptcy Trustees
High Net Worth Investors
Debtors in Bankruptcy
Secured and Unsecured Creditors

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Should Fraudulent Transfer Claims Be Permitted Against Net Winners in Ponzi Scheme Cases?

   Investors, trustees, receivers, courts, and even politicians have strong views on whether or not fraudulent transfer claims should be permitted against net winners in Ponzi scheme cases.

   That is the question in the FEBRUARY POLL of The Ponzi Scheme Blog. Cast your vote before the end of the month. And if your answer is not a straight “yes” or “no,” post a comment and let us know what it depends on.

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