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This program takes a different approach than the typical bankruptcy law course, focusing less on substantive law and more on the implementation of consumer bankruptcy law and how to deal with the real-world situations that your clients will bring you.
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The meeting of the creditors, otherwise known as a 341 hearing, is one of the most crucial and often overlooked components of a bankruptcy case. This program takes an in-depth look at the hearing, covering the typical questions, ideal responses, and how your client can...
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The Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 is hopelessly complex and loaded with traps, completely changing the role of attorneys handling bankruptcy and divorce cases. This program will teach you how to navigate this tricky piece of legislation without...
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Representing bankruptcy clients often presents a number of ethical issues for the attorney/law firm. This program unravels the key ethical traps both consumer and business bankruptcy attorneys are likely to encounter.
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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.
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Join Reno Fernandez, San Francisco commercial bankruptcy attorney, as he covers all the basics of a business bankruptcy case. The program will focus on corporate Chapter 11 cases, which allows the business to continue to operate with the goal or reorganizing and paying...
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This course will provide an introductory overview of the area of bankruptcy law, including background, exemptions, creditor issues, and litigation issues.
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In the last part of this 3-part series, the instructor will teach you how to use some of the more than 200 consumer protection laws to flank the credit reporting agencies, creditors, collection agencies, and other data furnishers.
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Clients often look to their attorneys to help protect their credit, obtain credit, and grow their financial and business well-being. In the first part of this 3-part series, viewers will get an overview of credit issues faced by clients and how attorneys can address...
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