|Faculty:||William E. Curtain, Todd E. Duffy, Wayne D. Holly, Charles A. Ross, Bruce L. Weiner|
|Production Date:||May 20 2009|
In these difficult economic times, the number of individuals and businesses filing for the protection of the Bankruptcy Laws has skyrocketed. Yet, the temptation for fraudulent transfers, concealment of property or making misleading statements is ever present. Therefore, it is imperative that attorneys know the ramifications of such actions.
A panel of Bankruptcy and Criminal Law experts discuss the criminal law violations related to bankruptcy proceedings -- such as concealment of property from the Bankruptcy Court or trustee, making a fraudulent transfer to defraud creditors, concealing, destroying, mutilating or falsifying records, filing a bankruptcy petition to deceive or defraud - that can lead to fines and imprisonment if convicted.
Learn why detecting and combating Bankruptcy Fraud is a priority for the U.S. Trustee Program.
I. Understand Criminal Laws Relating to Bankruptcy
II. How to File Correct Documents
III. Understand The Importance with the U.S Trustee Program
Instructional Method: Self-Study
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Helen (Chino Hills, CA)
The speakers were very informative and knowledgeable on the subject
THOMAS (Helmsford, NY)
very knowledgeable ensemble.
jeffrey (white plains, NY)
Alec (Seattle, WA)
Great use of slides interspersed with the presenters on the actual webcast.
george wai-tat (Monterey Park, CA)
Brian (Santa Monica, CA)
All speakers very knowledgeable, third speaker had best presentation.
Jean (Gig Harbor, WA)
Kimberly (Cortlandt Manor, NY)