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By Eric Daucher | Zone of Insolvency | November 26, 2014
Corporate officers and directors who want to understand when a bankruptcy court may second-guess their decisions if their company fails need look no further than the Delaware bankruptcy court’s recent decision in Gavin v. Tousignant (In re Ultimate Escapes Holdings, LLC).