3 Commercial Lending Review 18 (Summer 1988)
Loan payments made within a year of a bankruptcy filing could be considered avoidable preferences if the loan were guaranteed by a corporate insider. In this article, Prof Boshkoff argues that bankers should value insider guaranties only as a second source of payment, not for any subtle pressure they may exert on the borrower.
Boshkoff, Douglass G., "The Risks of Insider Guaranties" (1988). Articles by Maurer Faculty. Paper 2133.