Fraudulent Transfers

Preference, Earmarking and Fraudulent Transfer Law - Making Progress Together For Future Bankruptcies

In this session, learn more about recent developments in earmarking, preference and fraudulent transfer law, and the use of domestic and foreign trusts to effectuate fraudulent transfers.

$125.00
$125.00

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.

$125.00
$125.00
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ABI Talks: Impact on Bankruptcy Practice of Five Recent Supreme Court Decisions or Pending Decisions

Based on the incredibly popular “TED Talks” format, these ABI Talks will address the impact that five recent Supreme Court decisions (in some cases, pending decisions) have or will have on bankruptcy practice.

$125.00
$125.00

Avoidance Issues

This panel will discuss preferences and fraudulent conveyances, the Fairfield cases relating to extraterritoriality, and whether returning the funds acts as a defense (Kingsley v. Wetzel (In re Kingsley), 518 F.3d 874, 877-78 (11th Cir. 2008)) versus what the Seventh Circuit has ruled on the issue (Nostalgia Network Inc. v. Lockwood, 315 F3d 717, 720 (7th Cir. 2002)).

$125.00
$125.00

The Honorable James F. Queenan, Jr. Seaside Chat

$125.00
$125.00

The Honorable James F. Queenan, Jr. Seaside Chat

$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

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 - Judges’ Roundtable: Selected Current Topics

Free Session

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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.

Free Session

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