Preference targets are creditors such as trade creditors who did business on an unsecured basis with a troubled company that ultimately filed for bankruptcy.
Such assets may consist of securities that are illiquid or have certain restrictions or monies held in escrow where it will take several years for the conditions to be met for release of such funds.
graduated cum laude from the University of Connecticut.
She is a member of the District of Columbia Bar, New York State Bar, American Bar Association, Tax Section and Corporate Tax Committee.
Specifically, The portfolio spotlights a series of specialized bankruptcy tax topics, including partnership bankruptcies, liquidating bankruptcies, the international aspects of U. corporate bankruptcies, the role of tax sharing agreements in bankruptcy, 363 asset sales, and the role of intercompany accounts and restructuring transactions.
Finally, the portfolio discusses various tax issues relating to liquidating trusts, disputed claims reserves, qualified settlement funds and other distribution vehicles that may be employed post-confirmation.