Fraud

ABI-Live: Pursuing and Proving Fraud when Individual Debtors Hide their Business Assets

Hosted by the Commercial Fraud Committee

The webinar panel, comprised of bankruptcy lawyers, a panel bankruptcy trustee and a financial advisor, will delve into what occurs when an individual debtor files bankruptcy and fails to properly disclose their assets.

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Fraudulent Schemes Involving Real Estate

Real Estate is red-hot right now — which means it’s an attractant for both the savvy investor and the fraudster. Don’t miss getting the inside scoop on the law and insights from other perspectives concerning the latest schemes and themes in real estate fraud and bankruptcy.

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Welcome to the New Age: Don’t Be Radioactive (or a Cybersecurity Victim)

Lawyers and law firms, as well as other professionals, need to understand the critical issue of data security. This panel will detail why you are at risk and what you should be doing to combat the threats. The focus will be on understanding cybersecurity risks, data-protection best practices, incident-response planning and ethical obligations. This plenary program will offer practical guidance that you can use both personally and professionally, whether focused principally on consumer or commercial issues.

$125.00
$125.00

Welcome to the New Age: Don’t Be Radioactive (or a Cybersecurity Victim)

Lawyers and law firms, as well as other professionals, need to understand the critical issue of data security. This panel will detail why you are at risk and what you should be doing to combat the threats. The focus will be on understanding cybersecurity risks, data-protection best practices, incident-response planning and ethical obligations. This plenary program will offer practical guidance that you can use both personally and professionally, whether focused principally on consumer or commercial issues.

$125.00
$125.00

Not Your Parents’ Fraudulent-Transfer Action

Practitioners are constantly looking for ways to expand, or limit, the ability of estate fiduciaries and creditors to avoid transfers. This panel will explore several cutting-edge issues with respect to fraudulent-transfer actions currently playing out in bankruptcy courts, including whether trustees may recover tuition payments by debtor-parents for the benefit of their adult children and the meaning of “reasonably equivalent value” under Section 548(A)(1)(b).

$125.00
$125.00

NO CLE - American Crime Stories: Unusual Fraudulent Conveyances, Insider Transactions and Outright Fraud

A group of trustees, receivers and professionals tell their most interesting stories about uncovered rip-offs and how the perpetrators pulled them off — almost. The panel then discusses how the cases were dealt with in bankruptcy court and how funds were recovered — or not.

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NO CLE - Dealing with Difficult Clients: The Liars, the Cheats and the Scoundrels

This panel will address the psychology, mindfulness and strategies for dealing with tough clients and tough ethical issues.

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NO CLE - Caribbean Track: Insolvency Remedies for Offshore Fraud: Closing the Net on the Bad Guys

Recent developments in offshore law have increased the effectiveness of the tools available to trace and recover assets through the offshore insolvency process. This panel will be conducted in a formal debate style, using the format of first proposition followed by first opposition, then second proposition followed by second opposition. The debates will look at the illegality defense, clawback claims, the dishonesty test and foreign officeholder recognition, among other issues. Each debate will be seven minutes with a four-minute closing, followed by a vote.

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NO CLE - ABI-Live: Cyber Fraud Risks to Bankruptcy Trustees & Other Fiduciaries

The panel will discuss the different types of cyber fraud threats facing bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy fiduciaries and the need for advance preparation, including consideration of types of insurance available. The panel will provide general insight on fiduciaries preparation for, dealing with, and recovering from, cyber threats, and the impact of insurance coverage on these steps. This webinar is hosted by the Commercial Fraud Committee.

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No CLE - ABI-Live: All About Bankruptcy Fraud With a Dose of Reality ... TV

Hosted by the Commercial Fraud Committee

This webinar will focus on the criminal bankruptcy fraud provisions of Title 28. The presentation will use examples from well-known bankruptcy fraud cases to illustrate how these laws play out in practice. The presentation will also touch on other criminal statutes (e.g., mail and wire fraud) that are frequently implicated in bankruptcy fraud cases.

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