Indiana CLE - Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights Courses

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  • A Search for Perfection: Fundamentals of UCC Article 9

    The complexity of Article 9 of the UCC’s technical rules for secured transactions can be a challenge. This CLE course will offer a comprehensive overview of the major concepts that attorneys need to know about Article 9. The course offers a practical approach which outlines the fundamental issues from defining secured transactions to potential remedies for default. The course will also review the various perfections of security interests and priority issues and rules. More Info

    1.2General Credits
  • Foreclosure: Mastering After The Sale Challenges

    This comprehensive CLE course will prepare real estate attorneys to manage standard post foreclosure sale processes as well as manage client expectations and those of other involved parties. The course will assist attorneys in identifying potential post-foreclosure sale challenges and proactively strategize in how to address and solve them. The course will cover: Post-judgement costs Interest Attorney fees Bankruptcy Missed liens Possession Procedural challenges More Info

    1.8General Credits
  • What Every Family Law Attorney Needs To Know About Debt Collection And Bankruptcy

    Family law includes a variety of different factors, including the multitude of issues families face when a single household splits into two. Whether with regards to debt, bankruptcy or the specific solvency of different family members, these issues are required knowledge for Family Law practitioners. This CLE course will review each of these potential problems to enable attorneys to advise their clients in making informed decisions. More Info

    1.6General Credits
  • Introduction to Chapter 11, Subchapter V: An Accessible and Affordable Option for Small Businesses

    Between stimulus payments and eviction moratoriums, bankruptcy filings have reached record lows. This assistance, however, provided on a federal and state level in response to COVID-19, will not last forever. When these expire, small businesses looking for a new means of support can turn to Subchapter V of Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy code, which this informative and timely CLE course will present. The course will offer a step-by-step guide for plan approval as well as commercial lease... More Info

    1.7General Credits
  • Understanding Asset Protection

    Learn how to protect yourself from the effects of lawsuits through personal asset protection. This CLE course will offer an in-depth guide for protecting your personal wealth including a basic history, exemption status under federal and state law, risk analysis and definitions. The course will also delve into protections for different types of assets such as physical and real asset, liquid, domestic, offshore and others. Protection tools such as Limited Liability Companies, Family Limi... More Info

    1.6General Credits
  • Can We Get Back to Business? The FDCPA and The Post-Covid World

    As businesses begin to open their doors after the COVID shutdown, cash-flow, collections and receivables are once again at the forefront of people’s minds. How should business address receivables in consumer transactions? How did COVID impact the collection of receivables and what does the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FCPA) require? Is there a difference between commercial and consumer collections? This CLE course will review the FDCPA, explain the new rulings and case... More Info

    1.1General Credits
  • The Patent Process for the Curious: What Lawyers Need to Know

    Patent law is one of the lesser known areas of law, in particular from a procedural standpoint. Special licensing and exclusive exams, as well as an undergraduate degree in science or engineering, dictate who can practice patent law and only practitioners will have real in-depth knowledge. With only about 40,000 active practitioners in the US, course work in the field is extremely limited. Regardless, it isn’t uncommon for an attorney with little or no background in patent prosecution... More Info

    1.1General Credits
  • Do I Stay or Do I Go: Figuring out the Bankruptcy Means Test

    The means test is the gateway to bankruptcy. Does your client really pass the Chapter 7 means test? Is it possible you are crossing the line into a 13? What about the allowable deductions or income permitted in the means test? This CLE course, presented by bankruptcy attorney Marteal Lamb, will offer a comprehensive review of the means test including deductions allowed and past opinions on the listed means test deductions. More Info

    2.5General Credits
  • Enforcement of Judgments in New Jersey and New York during the COVID Pandemic

    Winning at trial is only half the battle. Ultimately, being able to enforce a judgement is when the case is truly won. Whether you win by default, motion or trial, until a judgement is paid, it isn’t a success. This CLE course, presented by attorney Jeffrey H, Ward, will explain the mechanism for collecting judgement entered in the Courts of New York and New Jersey during COVID. The course will explain how judgements in these states are entered, including the domestication to these st... More Info

    1.1General Credits
  • Ten Critical Legal Issues in Consumer Protection

    What are the critical issues facing consumer and corporate attorneys in the coming year? This CLE course will explain the typical consumer laws adopted by various states and how they are being interpreted by the courts. The course will present a regulatory overview as well as enforcement actions that both federal and state regulators tend to bring and how an attorney may effectively defend against them. The impact of COVID-19 on these laws will be addressed. More Info

    1.1General Credits
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