Counsel for QuadraMed Corporation, a creator of premium electronic health records software (EHR), in Verity Health System of California, Inc.’s Chapter 11 cases. Prosecuted $12 million administrative expense claim based on debtors’ post-petition copyright infringement arising from unauthorized assignment and use of EHR software. Defended $1.3 million preference claim, including asserting sophisticated “ordinary course,” “subsequent new value,” “contemporaneous exchange,” and “mere conduit” defenses. Obtained favorable settlement in complex mediation of preference claim and administrative expense claim. Successfully negotiated setoff of administrative expense claim (where administrative expense claims were to be paid only 15%).