The Rehabilitator of Frontier Insurance Company challenged a New York federal court to reconsider summary judgment rulings that dismissed claims against Everest Reinsurance Company. The Rehabilitator’s claims against Everest sounded in fraudulent conveyance on the theory that payments made to Everest under a reinsurance contract it issued to Frontier were not based on fair consideration because no risk was transferred under the contract. The Court had previously ruled that there was fair consideration due to an antecedent debt at the time the parties entered into the reinsurance contract. The Court allowed reconsideration, but upon review maintained its prior ruling. Mills v. Everest, Case No. 05-8928 (USDC S.D.N.Y. June 8, 2009). Further background to supplement the brief opinion is found in a related Memorandum of Law.