Proposed Legislation to Shield Charities from Fraudulent Conveyance Claims Provides Unnecessary Relief and Harms Fraud Victims

4/1/2013

Wiand Guerra King, P.L. Attorneys Burton W. Wiand, Michael S. Lamont, and Jordan D. Maglich Published the Article, Proposed Legislation to Shield Charities from Fraudulent Conveyance Claims Provides Unnecessary Relief and Harms Fraud Victims, in the April 2013 issue of The Florida Bar Journal.

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Burton W. Wiand and Michael S. Lamont are partners, and Jordan D. Maglich is an associate at Wiand Guerra King, P.L., in Tampa, where their practice involves white collar criminal defense, securities and regulatory matters, and court-appointed receiverships. Lamont and Maglich currently serve as counsel to Wiand, who currently serves as the court-appointed receiver for Arthur Nadel’s $330 million Ponzi scheme. Wiand and his team have instituted litigation against a number of individuals and entities that received fraudulent transfers from Nadel’s scheme, including numerous charities.