The Intersection of Arbitration & Bankruptcy

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Course Description

Today, most commercial contracts contain an arbitration clause. When a defendant files for bankruptcy, any arbitration award flowing from this contracts is impacted greatly. This program will help attorneys understand what to do when these issues collide.

Two key takeaways from this course:
1) What do you do with an arbitration award you have already obtained when a defendant has filed a bankruptcy?
2) What can you do when you are in the process of obtaining, or have not yet commenced, an arbitration award and a defendant files a bankruptcy. Be sure to download the comprehensive set of materials from this course, which includes citations and detailed discussions of the issues covered.

Length: 1hr 6min

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Mr. Fernandez is an excellent presenter!
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Very informative and great materials.
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Meet the Lecturer(s)

Reno F.R. Fernandez III

Reno F.R. Fernandez III is a partner with Macdonald Fernandez LLP, a firm focusing on commercial bankruptcy, insolvency and turnaround litigation, including receiverships and assignments for the benefit of creditors, throughout California and pro hac vice in Delaware, the Southern District of New York and Nevada. Reno has experience representing debtors, creditors and trustees in bankruptcy, receiverships, fraudulent transfer suits, preference actions and lien avoidance actions.

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