The Consumer Panel considered the newest arguments, decisions, and theories on tuition clawback. Discussion ranged from the definition of reasonably equivalent value to the use of 529 plans as a shield against clawback attempts. Though the questions raised in the context of tuition clawback have generally evaded answer, the Consumer Panel elucidated many of the murky decisions and definitions surrounding the topic.
Elizabeth Austin, Mark Duedall, Neil Gordon, Michael Imber & Lynne Xerras,
Consumer Bankruptcy Panel— Tuition Clawback: Whose Money Is It, and What Is It Worth?,
Emory Bankr. Dev. J.
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