Ethics

Fraudulent Transfers, Pre-Bankruptcy Planning Workshop

Avoiding being sued along with or in lieu of your client and avoiding ethical violations and malpractice.

$25.00
$25.00

Ethics Panel

What are bankruptcy crimes, what are the duties of the various parties in a case to
investigate and report them, and what are the protections for those who do?
The panelists will discuss actual-intent fraudulent transfers and the crime/fraud exception;
recent cases suggest that a “fraud” that may trigger the crime/fraud exception to
attorney/client privilege and that the work-product doctrine may not be limited to crimes
and serious frauds, but rather may include transactions exhibiting only some “badges of
fraud,” such as fraudulent transfers (Fragin, Husky International).

$25.00
$25.00

Ethics: Who’s Your Daddy? Acing Your Fiduciary Duties

It isn’t enough to just be ethical; professionals employed at the bankruptcy estate’s expense have additional responsibilities as well. This panel will explore these additional responsibilities and duties, what they are, and to whom they are or are not owed.

$25.00
$25.00
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Hot Topics in Chapter 11

Lien-Perfection Issues; Ethical Considerations for Debtors’ Counsel; Authority to File; Creditor Standing to Prosecute Estate Claims; Cash Collateral/Adequate Protection

$25.00
$25.00

Covering Your Assets!! The Ethics of Asset Protection

Attorney/Client Privilege and the Crime/Fraud Exception; Busting Up “Bankruptcy Remote” Entities

$25.00
$25.00

Social Media & Ethics

This panel will explore cutting-edge issues dealing with the ethical implications
of social media and advancing technology on the practice of law.

$25.00
$25.00
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Silence Is Not Golden: Disclosure Issues in Consumer Cases

This ethics session will discuss the various disclosure obligations that exist in consumer cases.

$25.00
$25.00
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