Fraud

Ethics: Hold or Fold Them

Ever get stuck with one of “those” clients? (We’ve all been there.) What do you do when you uncover serious problems with a debtor? Learn the right —and wrong —ways to extract yourself from a problem case.This panel will discuss limited-scope representation and the ability of the attorney to withdraw before, during and after the bankruptcy case.

$125.00
$125.00

Intersection of the Bankruptcy Code with Criminal and Civil Forfeiture

Amid criminal seizure and forfeiture actions imposed by the DOJ, SEC and other regulatory bodies, criminals often have no choice but to file for bankruptcy. This panel will explore financial crimes, including Ponzi and FCPA schemes, that have resulted in bankruptcy filings, and the conflict that ultimately arises between the bankruptcy estate and the federal government over criminals’ seized and forfeited assets. The panelists will also delve into asserting a legal interest in the assets, the look-back period, remedies to the bankruptcy estate and priority schemes.

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Health Care Fraud: Pandemic Impacts and Financial Implications for the Industry

COVID-19 spurred unprecedented levels of government support. Through Provider Relief Funds, Medicare Advanced Payments, PPP loans and other mechanisms, federal agencies provided substantial liquidity, in some cases with strings attached. Join the panelists as they delve into the effects these funds might have had on fraud and abuse in the health care space.

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Litigating Director and Officer Claims in Bankruptcy

Hosted by the Young & New Members and Commercial Fraud Committees

$125.00
$125.00

Health Care Fraud Fallout: Financial Implications for the Future

The health care industry is plagued by fraud and abuse issues. What have we seen already, what do we anticipate seeing in the future, and what do health care providers need to know going forward?

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360° of Investigation – A Roundtable Discussion Regarding Investigation of Debtors and Recovery of Assets”

This panel of lawyers and insolvency professionals with bankruptcy expertise will lead a roundtable discussion regarding investigation of debtors and recovering assets to enhance the value of a bankruptcy estate.

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NO CLE - Follow The Money: Bankruptcy as a Tool to Fight Fraud and Recover Assets

Panel presented by the International Women's Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC)

Panelists from IWIRC's Latin America network will explore the tools available and strategies for recovering assets in cross-border insolvencies from a Latin American perspective.

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NO CLE - Fraud and the Implications for Claims Trading and Plans

Presented by the Claims Trading and Commercial Fraud Committees
A review of relevant statutory and case authority surrounding issues of fraud and plan confirmation. What is fraudulent? What is ethical? What is simply good lawyering? This program will explore these and other concerns around claims trading and the potential for manipulation of the bankruptcy plan process.

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NO CLE - NABT: A Day in the Life of a Trustee (Comparisons of Chapter 7 and Sub V Trustees)

A better understanding of what trustees do in their day-to-day work can help debtors and credit and finance professionals appreciate some of the complexities of the bankruptcy process. Bankruptcy trustees are often painted as the bad guys: Creditors sometimes think that trustees sell assets at bargain-basement prices for a quick result, or that they're only in it for the fees, and debtors may view the trustee as their arch enemy. But the role of bankruptcy trustees is very challenging, involving and rewarding — not to mention highly regulated.

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NO CLE - ABI-Live: COVID-19: Fraud Schemes, Relief Act Forgiveness Fraud, and International Commercial Fraud Issues

Members of ABI's Commercial Fraud Committee will discuss hot topics related to COVID-19, particularly fraudulent schemes likely expected due to the pandemic and schemes that may be revealed as a result of the pandemic's economic repercussions. The panelists will also address the coronavirus relief bill and resulting potential fraudulent schemes, as well as the international impact of the pandemic.

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