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Featured prominently in business and financial headlines in late 2005 and early 2006 were a pair of highly controversial rulings handed down by the New York bankruptcy court overseeing the Chapter 11 cases of embattled energy broker Enron Corp. and its affiliates. In the first, Bankruptcy Judge Arthur J. Gonzalez held that a claim is subject to equitable subordination under �510(c) of the Bankruptcy Code even if it is assigned to a third-party transferee who was not involved in any misconduct committed by the original holder of the debt. See The Bankruptcy Strategist Vol. 23, Number 2 (December, 2005). In the second, Judge Gonzalez broadened the scope of his cautionary tale, ruling that a transferred claim should be disallowed under �502(d) of the Bankruptcy Code unless and until the transferor returns payments to the estate that are allegedly preferential. See The Bankruptcy Strategist Vol. 23, Number 3 (January, 2006).

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