Quinn Emanuel Can't Escape Insys Ch. 11 Suit Over Payments

By Rose Krebs (October 29, 2021, 4:52 PM EDT) -- Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP can't dodge a suit filed in Insys Therapeutics Inc.'s Ch. 11 case over $90,000 paid to the firm just before the bankruptcy filing, a Delaware bankruptcy judge has ruled, allowing a claim that the transactions may have been improper transfers to proceed.

In a nine-page opinion filed Thursday, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge John T. Dorsey tossed another claim in the adversary suit filed by the Insys liquidating trustee, William Henrich, rejecting an assertion that the trustee had "adequately pled the requirements for constructive fraud."

But the trustee did "meet the pleading standard" on a claim that...

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