By Jay Adkisson, Contributor This is Part IV of my walking tour of the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (UVTA), or the 2014 Revisions to the Uniform Fraudulent Transfers Act. This article covers the tests for whether the transferee can assert a defense. Source:: The UVTA Baedeker: Can The Transferee Asset A Defense?
By Avik Roy, Forbes Staff The conventional wisdom is that the right-wing House Freedom Caucus is singlehandedly blocking Republican attempts to repeal and replace Obamacare. In fact, Freedom Caucus members are reaching out to the larger block of “no” votes—GOP moderates––to find a path forward. Here’s why. Source:: GOP Centrists, Not Freedom Caucus, Are Blocking […]
By Blake Oestriecher, Contributor AJ Styles vs. Shane McMahon at WWE WrestleMania 33 could have long-term ramifications for SmackDown, Roman Reigns, Randy Orton and more. Source:: WWE WrestleMania 33: 5 Potential Long-Term Effects Of Shane McMahon Vs. AJ Styles
By RT The Pentagon wants Islamic State terrorists to be pleasantly surprised by US troop deployments in Iraq and Syria, with Washington apparently adopting a new policy of limiting soldier movement disclosures and resorting to unannounced “temporary” missions. Read Full Article at RT.com Source:: Pentagon seeks to ‘surprise’ ISIS with unannounced troops deployments in Iraq […]
By Gordon G. Chang, Contributor Beijing, to jump-start growth, is again emphasizing state over private and manufacturing over services. Source:: China’s ‘Old Economy’ Pushing Aside Its ‘New Economy’