North Carolina CLE - Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights Courses

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National Academy of Continuing Legal Education is a Sponsor (5258) of CLE courses, approved by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Continuing Legal Education. Attorneys may earn all required NC CLE credits from the United Institute for Continuing Legal Education. To view our full accreditation details please .

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  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: It's Growing, So Make Sure Your Clients are Covered

    The Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter-Terrorist Financing (CTF) legislative regime underwent sweeping changes because of the passage of the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 (“AMLA”). This informative CLE course will examine who is covered and address potential questions and answers to this dynamic set of laws. These include the sections of the AMLA of 2020 that are still being put into force, including the coverage of entities that are not traditionally included, the Beneficia... More Info

    1.25General Credits
  • Avoiding Liability Under The FDCPA

    The purpose of this CLE program is to provide attorneys with an overview of the essential aspects of compliance with respect to a third-party debt collector's use of telephone and written communication for debt collection. In recent times, the debt collection industry has experienced heightened regulatory scrutiny and increased enforcement actions by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Additionally, there has been renewed interest from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and... More Info

    2General Credits
  • Move to Florida, Home in Florida, or Snowbird: What Estate Planning Attorneys Need to Know

    This CLE presentation will delve into the various legal and planning considerations that are important to anyone who has moved to, or is contemplating moving to Florida, or owns a second home in Florida. The presentation will cover a wide range of topics, such as the criteria for appointing a personal representative of a Floridian’s estate, the homestead protection available in Florida, and how to take advantage of it. Additionally, the presentation will discuss the language that can b... More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • Defending Motions to Dismiss and Objections to Discharge Under Chapter 7 United States Bankruptcy Code

    For most debtors, Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy Code offers a fresh start, relieving debtors of any legal obligation to repay debts listed in the schedule. Unfortunately, not everyone qualifies for a Chapter 7 discharge and not all debts are eligible for discharge. This CLE course will review and explain each statutory exception to discharge and offer strategies to successfully defend objections filed by creditors and the US Trustee. More Info

    1.75General Credits
  • An Introduction to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Basics

    This CLE course will provide an introductory overview of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. The course will offer a comprehensive review of the basics of preparing a petition, the client intake and evaluation process, the importance of asset investigation and the various pitfalls to watch out for. Common issues that arise both before and during the process will also be discussed. More Info

    1General Credit
  • 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

    1General Credit
  • 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

    1.5General 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

    1General Credit
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