Before the Session
During the Session
- What is the purpose of an avoidance action in Chapter 11?
- Who are the typical parties in an avoidance action?
- Under the Bankruptcy Code what is required to successfully bring a preference action?
- What are some defenses against a preference action?
- What are the requirements for showing fraudulent transfer or conveyance?
- How is insolvency measured in a fraudulent transfer action? How is “unreasonably small capital” measured?
- What are the differences between a state-law claim for fraudulent transfer or conveyance and an action under the bankruptcy code?
- What types of transactions can’t be recouped or invalidated as preferences or fraudulent transfers or conveyances?
- Anecdotes and war stories (e.g., about a near-disaster or a tough negotiation)
- General practice tips (dos and don’ts)
- Firm-specific guidance and practices
After the Session
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