Eckert Seamans Partner Earl Forte publishes guide about the Pennsylvania Voidable Transactions Act

Eckert Seamans Member Earl M. Forte recently published his fifth book, the Pennsylvania Voidable Transactions Act, A Practical Guide for Lawyers and Clients (Fraudulent Transfer Handbook). The guide outlines the changes to the Pennsylvania Uniform Voidable Transactions Act, which became law in 2018.

The guide is the fourth supplement to the original Fraudulent Transfer Handbook, which was published in 2013 as a practical guide for lawyers, experts, and their clients. The series is designed to provide a concise and useful discussion of fraudulent transfer law and some of the common issues that arise in fraudulent transfer cases. The series also addresses the impact of the Voidable Transactions Act, which represents the most significant change in fraudulent transfer law in a generation. 

The Pennsylvania Voidable Transactions Act, A Practical Guide for Lawyers and Clients (Fraudulent Transfer Handbook) is available in paperback and Kindle versions at Amazon Books. To purchase or learn more about Forte’s Pennsylvania Voidable Transactions Act guide, please click here.

About the Author

Earl M. Forte has counseled his clients through difficult business and financial problems for over 30 years. He advises clients across a variety of industries on the unique issues presented in commercial disputes and bankruptcy cases, and has substantial experience with business torts and involving fraudulent transfer and breach of fiduciary duty. He is also experienced in commercial, financial, and corporate workouts. As a trial lawyer, he has handled matters in federal and state courts, bankruptcy courts, and receiverships and courts of appeal. He is also experienced in alternative dispute resolution, including private arbitration.

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