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January 2018

Gordon & Rees Philadelphia Partner Earl Forte Publishes Guide to Basic Legal Concepts and Practicalities of Fraudulent Transfer Litigation

The Fraudulent Transfer Handbook, by Earl M. Forte, is the lawyer’s guide to the basic legal concepts and practicalities of fraudulent transfer litigation and can be used by either plaintiffs or defendants.  The three supplements address more recent issues that may be encountered as well as the changes and impact of the new Voidable Transactions Act that is seeping the country and represents the biggest change in fraudulent transfer law in a generation.  Read it for a comprehensive understanding of the subject.

The Fraudulent Transfer Handbook and its first three supplements are now all available in a new 2017 release format and presentation in paper back and Kindle versions at Amazon Books. To purchase or learn more about Forte's The Fraudulent Transfer Handbook, please click here.

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About the author:

Earl Forte is a partner in the Philadelphia office of Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani. He is a member of the firm's Commercial Litigtaion, Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors' Rights and Business Transactions practice groups. For more than 25 years, Forte has counseled his clients through difficult business and financial problems either by achieving resolutions promptly or by aggressively pursuing or defending litigation or arbitration whenever necessary. Forte has developed knowledge of asset recovery and asset protection, and in 2013 published his first book, The Fraudulent Transfer Handbook, designed to aid lawyers and clients on fraudulent transfer matters. He published supplements to that book in 2014, 2015 and 2016. In 2010, Forte was recognized by Smart CEO magazine for his expertise in business restructuring, bankruptcy and financial services matters.

 

 

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