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When Getting Paid Doesn’t Pay - Defending Preference Actions under Section 547 of the Bankruptcy CodePosted December 13, 2013 by Bankruptcy Litigation, Chapter 7 in
For an Atlanta, Georgia small business, being paid by a client or customer for a past-due invoice is normally a cause to celebrate. However, when that client or customer happens to then file bankruptcy within 90 days of making that payment, the business’s celebration can quickly become a headache.