Asset Recovery in Commercial Litigation: Litigating Piercing the Corporate Veil, Alter Ego, Successor Liability, UVTA
Strategies for Plaintiffs and Defendants to Maximize Recovery or Protect Assets
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide commercial litigators with an analysis of legal theories that allow creditors to recover assets from affiliates and subsidiaries of corporate debtors and other transferees, namely piercing corporate veil, alter ego liability, successor liability and fraudulent transfers. The program will also look at methods of recovering assets located in foreign jurisdictions.
- Piercing corporate veil
- Reverse piercing
- Alter ego liability
- Successor liability
- Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (UVTA)
- Recovery actions against foreign entities
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What factors do courts look at in deciding whether to apply the alter ego theory and pierce the corporate veil?
- Under what circumstances will reverse piercing allow judgment creditors to collect on a damages award?
- What steps can judgment creditors take to minimize or uncover fraudulent conveyances?
- What is the allocation of burden of proof and standard of proof with respect to claims and defenses under the UVTA?
Keith Miles Aurzada
Mr. Aurzada works with his clients to solve complex business problems. He regularly assists clients on matters... | Read More
Mr. Aurzada works with his clients to solve complex business problems. He regularly assists clients on matters involving significant corporate transactions, the preservation of intellectual property, civil litigation, and the restructuring of indebtedness. He advises public and private corporations, boards of directors, and management teams, and his industry experience includes representing companies involved in the technology industry, healthcare, real estate, retail, manufacturing, health spas, restaurants, and oil and gas.Close
Mr. Fender focuses his practice on bankruptcy and commercial litigation matters, in both state and federal courts.... | Read More
Mr. Fender focuses his practice on bankruptcy and commercial litigation matters, in both state and federal courts. He routinely handles chapter 7 trustee adversary proceedings and contested matters. He has 20 years of experience litigating and trying cases in the areas of employment disputes, shareholder negotiations and disputes, contract claims, unfair competition litigation, intellectual property, business tort and contract matters.Close