|Production Date:||September 28 2011|
The objective of bankruptcy relief is to rehabilitate the financially distressed debtor while providing the maximum return to creditors in an orderly manner. In certain instances, a bankruptcy trustee can seek to recover a debtor’s payments to creditors that were made just prior to filing bankruptcy (“Preferential Transfers”). This program features bankruptcy attorney Eve Paikine who explains everything there is to know about Preferential Transfers. She starts by reviewing the elements required to establish a claim for a Preferential Transfer. She also goes over the affirmative defenses (“ordinary course of business,” “subsequent new value,” and several others) available to a creditor who is being requested to turn over funds received from the debtor. This is a great course for bankruptcy attorneys nationwide who would like to learn how to defend a creditor from a preference litigation lawsuit.
I. What is a “Preferential Transfer”
II. Policies Relating to Preferential Transfers
III. Elements of Proof Necessary for Establishing a “Preferential Transfer”
IV. Defenses and Exceptions
Matthew (Phoenix, AZ)
easily the best video Ive watched so far
Harold Charles (Lancaster, CA)
Great deal of information.
Howard (New York, NY)
Excellent point that you need to explain this counter-intuitive law to your client.
Joseph (Dix Hills, NY)
It was very well done. Straight-forward, to the point, organized.
Hwesu (Bronxville, NY)