If you’ve been following my blog posts on preferential transfers and would like more in-depth coverage, I will be speaking on this topic on May 8 in Orange, California and again on May 15 in Pasadena, California. In addition to the topic of Preferential Transfers: Preference Actions and Substantive Defenses, I will also cover the topics of 1) Fraudulent Transfers: Actual Intent and Affirmative Defenses and 2) Appellate Procedure and Strategies: Appeals from Final Orders and Interlocutory Appeals. I will present this talk at the National Business Institute’s “Bankruptcy Litigation 101” seminar in Orange, CA on May 8, 2014 and the “Bankruptcy Litigation 101” seminar in Pasadena, CA on May 15, 2014. Two other speakers will be joining me. In all you’ll learn how to: spot potential adversary issues, draft complaints and resolve/defend them; confidently handle preference and fraudulent transfer actions; get tips on what bankruptcy judges expect and how to avoid common mistakes when you bring or defend an adversary proceeding; understand how the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have been altered in the Bankruptcy Rules and by local court rules; and examine appellate procedure and rules so you’re prepared to take your case to the next level.
If you have some experience filing bankruptcies and would like to expand your practice into bankruptcy litigation, I hope to see you there.