Mr. Sullivan has authored or co-authored articles that have been favorably quoted and/or cited in various cases, including:
In re Villavicencio, 635 B.R. 486 (Bankr. S.D. Ohio 2022) (favorably quoted and cited re: impact of Ohio exemption statute’s savings clause for certain defective pension and retirement plans).
Ge Oil & Gas, LLC v. Waguespack, 523 F.Supp.3d 926 (W.D. La. 2021) (favorably quoted and cited re: application of alter ego theory to trusts and trustees).
Johnson v. Pinson, 854 S.E.2d 225 (W. Va. 2020) (favorably quoted and cited regarding pre-judgment remedies available under UFTA).
Dillard v. Schlussel, 865 N.W.2d 648 (Mich. App. 2014) (favorably quoted and cited in connection with UFTA’s application to inter-spousal transfers).
Mantle v. N. Star Energy & Constr. LLC, 437 P.3d 758 (Wyo. 2019) (favorably quoted and cited in connection with fraudulent transfer issues).
Riegel v. Jungerman, 597 S.W.3d 695 (Mo. App. 2019) (favorably quoted and cited in connection with fraudulent transfer issues).
Weinman v. Crowley (In re Blair), 588 B.R. 605 (Bankr. Colo. 2018) (favorably cited re: issues related to discounting of contingent liabilities for UFTA solvency purposes). Accord, Weinman v. Crowley (In re Blair), 594 B.R. 712 (Bankr. Colo. 2018).
CB Richard Ellis, Inc. v. CLGP, LLC, 251 P.3d 523 (Colo. App. 2010) (favorably quoted in connection with UFTA solvency analysis, and specifically regarding the need to discount contingent liabilities to reflect the probability of such liabilities actually materializing).
Greenspan v. Ladt, 121 Cal. Rptr.3d 118, 191 Cal. App. 4th 486 (2010) (favorably quoted and cited regarding alter ego issues affecting trusts and trustees) (quoted article co-authored with Richard Nenno, Esq.).
Sowers v. Luginbill, 175 Ohio App. 3d 745, 889 N.E.2d 172 (Ohio Ct. App. 2008) app. denied 119 Ohio St.3d 1446 (2008) (regarding the rights of creditors vis-à-vis a settlor’s interest in a self-settled trust).
In re Bergman, 293 B.R. 580 (Bankr. W.D. N.Y. 2003) (favorably quoted and cited regarding future creditor issues under UFTA).