Gunster shareholder Michael Green and attorney Jin Xin co-authored a piece in the Association of Corporate Counsel South Florida‘s Fall 2019 Newsletter. The piece titled ‘The Dreaded Preference Demand’ offers advice on thoughtful planning to ensure proper business dealings and how to handle a bankruptcy preference claim. They focus on two types of defense: the contemporaneous exchange for new value and the ordinary course of business along with real life examples and some practice pointers.
Green is a member of Gunster’s business litigation and intellectual property litigation practice groups. He practices in state and federal court and has experience in an array of civil litigation matters including brokerage commission disputes, commercial landlord/tenant disputes, homeowners’ association disputes and creditor representation in bankruptcy proceedings (including adversary proceedings). He is also a member of the firm’s Associate Mentoring Committee.
Xin concentrates her corporate law practice in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, securities, corporate governance, and corporate finance, with a particular emphasis on cross-border transactions between the United States and China. She is also involved in myriad real estate transactions, including the purchase, sale and leasing of real estate; real estate and construction loans; and insolvency and bankruptcy related issues pertaining to real estate and corporate transactions.
Read the full article on page 4 of the newsletter: The Dreaded Preference Demand