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BU032410 Advanced Fraudulent Transfer Law (2010)

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Advanced Fraudulent Transfer Law


Presented by: Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section

About the Program:
While this seminar will cover some of the basic issues regarding fraudulent transfer law, it is primarily designed to cover the more advanced and complicated issues surrounding the topic, including, but not limited to, various defenses and ethical considerations. 

Program Faculty:
Program Chair:
Robert E. Kaelin, Murtha Cullina LLP, Hartford

William S. Fish, Jr., Hinckley Allen & Snyder LLP, Hartford
Jeffrey Hellman, Zeisler & Zeisler PC, Bridgeport

Program Schedule:
9:00 Advanced Issues of Fraudulent Transfer Law, Including Intentional Fraudulent T ransfer Law, Constructive Fraudulent Transfer Law, Constructive T rust Claims, Bankruptcy Fraudulent T ransfer Law, Jury Trial Issues, and Damages and Remedies
10:00 Break
10:15 Defenses
11:15 Break
11:30 Ethical Considerations, What to Tell Your Client, and Third-party Liability

Who Should Purchase:
Any practitioner who wishes to learn more about the more complicated issues surrounding the subject of fraudulent transfer law, especially attorneys who frequently handle collection matters and counsel debtors.

This seminar is appropriate for experienced attorneys.

The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE.

CLE Credit: 3.0 Hours (includes .5 hour ethics credit)