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Bringing Avoidance Actions Against Foreign Transferees: Choice of Forum, Personal Jurisdiction, Discovery and More

Best Practices for Debtors-in-Possession, Trustees, Authorized Committees and Liquidating Agents to Recover Foreign Assets

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Bankruptcy 363 Sales and Successor Liability: Navigating Limitations on "Free and Clear" of Liens and Other Interests

Maximizing Available Protections For a Buyer, Negotiating and Litigating the Scope of 363 Sale Orders

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

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Fraudulent Conveyance Exposure for Intercorporate Guaranties, Integrated Transactions and Designated-Use Loans

Navigating the Contours of Section 548 Reasonably Equivalent Value Defense in Complex Lending Transactions

Conducted on January 4, 2017

Single Asset Real Estate Cramdown: Analyzing Impaired Accepting Class and Per-Plan vs. Per-Debtor Under Sec. 1129

Navigating Plan Confirmation Challenges for Real Estate Debtors and Senior Mortgage Lenders

Conducted on December 21, 2016

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