Tennessee CLE - Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights Courses

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  • The Hidden Secrets of Constructive Trust Litigation

    Imagine your client, with full knowledge and faculties, has executed a deed signing away his property with the “understanding” that he would eventually get it back. Would the statute of frauds bar relief? Interesting question. This CLE course will address all the Hidden Secrets of Constructive Trust Litigation. Presented by the author of "Litigating Constructive Trusts" which addresses the main issues relevant to constructive trust cases, the course will address the issue from an offen... More Info

    1.67General 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
  • Math as a Powerful Tool in Law: Criminal, Civil, Commercial, Employment and Chapter 11

    Surprisingly, statistics and probability are useful tools when handling various legal areas. This is particularly relevant for Title VII actions in which the numbers can reveal whether under-representation by certain minority groups have impacted pay, benefits or employment conditions or whether the differentials are due to chance. This CLE course will explain step-by-step the process of using statistics to make these determinations from defining the populations to taking mathematical... More Info

    1General Credit
  • How to Settle Cases During a Pandemic

    With the job market and businesses scrambling to recover from COVID-19, there has been a sharp rise in delinquent account receivables. It is not only debtors who suffer, but creditor clients are losing tremendous revenue as a result of uncollectible debt. This CLE course will present creative negotiation strategies that collection professionals can implement to maximize collections in these difficult times. Using a keen assessment of the situation, long term planning and a bit of empat... More Info

    1.03General Credits
  • Legal Debt Collection: Best Practices in the Current Environment

    Debt collection has many potential pitfalls. This CLE course will present the various methods that are most effective in debt collection law practice. The course will review the potential challenges as well as offer tips and strategies for how to avoid them. Offering a basic review for those exploring the field, the course will cover legal practice issues from the start of the process through resolution. More Info

    1.08General 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

    1.02General Credits
  • Reverse Mortgages: Stay In Your House For The Rest Of Your Life? Not So Fast!

    Reverse mortgage holders often file foreclosure actions without any basis for doing so. This CLE course will present a detailed overview of the determinations, which are at times very problematic, of reverse mortgage servicers of non-occupancy by borrowers. The course will also offer guidance to attorneys who need to litigate these actions on their clients’ behalf. Valuable insight into the effective handling of the entire process of such cases will be reviewed. More Info

    1.25General Credits
  • 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

    1.17General 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

    1.83General 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

    1.55General Credits
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