AN INTRODUCTION TO BASIC BANKRUPTCY PREFERENCE AND FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCE LAWS
APPROVED CLE CREDITS
- North Carolina -2 (General)
- California – 1 (General)
- New Jersey – 2.4 (General)
- Florida – 2.5 (General)
- Delaware – 2 (General)
- New York – 2 (Areas of Professional Practice)
- Illinois – 2 (General)
- Hawaii – 2 (General)
This is an online Continuing Legal Education course on the basic Bankruptcy Preference Laws and Basic Fraudulent Conveyance Laws under Title 11 of the U.S. Code. The faculty, a seasoned bankruptcy claw-back defense attorney, introduces preference and fraudulent transfer claw-back law by discussing the elements of preference and fraudulent conveyance claims and general defenses to such claims.
Part 1 – An introduction to bankruptcy preference laws.
• Elements to a preference claim.
• Contemporaneous Exchange Defense to a preference claim.
• Ordinary Course of Business Defense to a preference claim.
• Industry Standard Defense to a preference claim.
• New Value Defense to a preference claim.
• Cutting edge issues.
Part 2 – An introduction to fraudulent conveyance laws.
• Elements to fraudulent conveyance laws.
• “Value” and “reasonably equivalent value” defenses to a fraudulent transfer claim.
• “Good faith” defense to a fraudulent transfer claim.
• Duty to investigate.
• Statute of limitation issues.
• Ponzi schemes.
120 minutes excluding a break of 15 minutes between Part 1 and Part 2 of the course.
1. Access to complete course and reference materials upon registration which serve as a helpful guide to the numerous topics discussed in the program.
2. Course is free of cost.
3. Course recording would be available upon request.
Only registered attendees who attend the full course will receive continuing education credit.