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Insecurity Among Secured Creditors: Credit Bidding Limits, Lien Avoidance and Fraudulent Transfer Issues

Continuing Legal Education

July 31, 2014 Thursday 4:00pm - 5:00pm

This seminar will explore and provide a comprehensive review of recent cases that have affected the role of secured creditors in Chapter 11 cases, including:

  • limits on credit bidding
  • fraudulent transfer and lien avoidance
  • intercreditor agreements

Attorneys and judges practicing or interested in bankruptcy law should attend.

Event Code
CMB767
Location
IndyBar Education Center, 135 N Pennsylvania St, Suite 1500
Credit Hours
1.00   (General)
Sponsor
Commercial and Bankruptcy Law Section
Speaker
Ms. Terry E. Hall, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP; Wendy D. Brewer, Jefferson & Brewer, LLC




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