“Bankruptcy Preference” Litigation:
For several years Mr. Fichter was counsel of record for approximately 750 persons in 430 separate adversary proceedings in one bankruptcy case entitled In Re Bullion Reserve of North America, representing approximately $3 million of investor funds. As a result of that matter, Mr. Fichter has clients in many other states within the U.S. and in several other countries throughout the world.
As a result of his experience Mr. Fichter has developed significant expertise in the area of creditor preferences, a method under Bankruptcy law which has become very popular with bankruptcy trustees recovering money and other assets back into a bankruptcy estate from certain so-called “preferred” creditors in order to benefit all the creditors of the estate.
Mr. Fichter has personally handled more than 500 bankruptcy litigation/contested cases, representing both debtors and creditors.