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Join our experienced faculty as they instruct on best practices for handling a bankruptcy case from the creditor's side, and help your client obtain the best possible outcome. (see full course description)

 

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Bankruptcy: From a Creditor's Perspective - Bankruptcy Training Seminar

Confidently Advise Creditors When Their Debtors File Bankruptcy

Creditors have rights in bankruptcy, and among those rights is the opportunity to make a case for collecting what is owed to them by the debtor. A skilled attorney knows how to put their client in an advantageous position by navigating around bankruptcy's automatic stay and successfully challenging the discharge of debt. Join our experienced faculty as they instruct on best practices for handling a bankruptcy case from the creditor's side, and help your client obtain the best possible outcome. Register today!

  • Position your client to recover their assets without violating the automatic stay.
  • Recognize how bankruptcy court differs from civil court.
  • Avoid common mistakes in obtaining relief from stay.
  • Accurately file proofs of claim before strict deadlines.
  • Gain the knowledge and skills to challenge the discharge of debt.
  • Understand how the principle of creditor equality may help or hurt creditors.

 

  1. Bankruptcy Litigation Procedures and Nuances
    9:00 - 10:30, D. Anthony Sottile
    1. Overview of Rules of Procedure
    2. How Bankruptcy Court Procedure Differs From Civil Court
    3. Electronic Case Filing (ECF)
    4. Jurisdiction
    5. Core and Non-Core Claims
    6. Venue
    7. Removal of Pending Actions
  2. Obtaining Relief From Automatic Stay
    10:45 - 11:45, D. Anthony Sottile
    1. Avoiding Automatic Stay Violations
    2. Motion for Lift of Stay
    3. Tips for Obtaining Relief From Stay
    4. Common Mistakes in Obtaining Relief From Stay
    5. Repeat Filers
    6. Landlord/Tenant Situations
  3. Filing Successful Proofs of Claim
    12:45 - 1:15, Susan K. Cliffel
    1. Proper Filing
    2. Deadlines
  4. Discharge, Denial of Discharge and Non-Dischargeability
    1:15 - 2:30, Susan K. Cliffel
    1. The Discharge and Exceptions
      1. Chapter 7
      2. Other Chapters
    2. Challenging the Discharge or Non-Dischargeability of Debt
      1. 523(a)(2,4,6)
      2. 727(a)(2-6)
      3. Filing an Adversary Proceeding
    3. Discovery
      1. 2004 Examination and Other Means of Discovery
  5. How the Principle of Creditor Equality May Help or Hurt Certain Creditors
    2:30 - 3:15, David H. Yunghans
    1. Preferential Transfers
      1. Nature and Elements of the Cause of Action
      2. Defenses to Cause of Action
      3. Negotiating Preference Claims
    2. Fraudulent Conveyances
      1. Nature and Elements of Cause of Action
      2. Defenses to Cause of Action
    3. Avoidance Actions in General
  6. Ethical Representation During Bankruptcy
    3:30 - 4:30, David H. Yunghans
    1. Consequences of Automatic Stay Violation
    2. Consequences of Filing Proofs of Claim with Personal Identifiers
    3. Avoiding Violations of Discharge Injunction

Seminar Summary:

Join our experienced faculty as they instruct on best practices for handling a bankruptcy case from the creditor's side, and help your client obtain the best possible outcome. (see full course description)

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