Course Title: An Introduction To Bankruptcy Preference Laws.
Faculty: Roland Gary Jones, Esq.
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This is an online Continuing Legal Education course on the Bankruptcy Preference Laws under Section 547 of Title 11 of the U.S. Code. The speaker, Roland Gary Jones, Esq., a seasoned bankruptcy attorney, introduces preference clawback law by discussing the elements of a preference and general defenses to a preference claim.
The course will address the following topics:
- An introduction to bankruptcy preference laws
- The elements to a preference
- The Contemporaneous Exchange Defense to a preference claim
- The Ordinary Course of Business Defense to a preference claim
- The Industry Standard Defense to a preference claim
- The New Value Defense to a preference claim
|New Jersey||2.8 General|
|New York||2.5 Areas of Professional Practice|
Course Fee – Complimentary
This course has 7 modules. After successful completion of the course, a “Certificate of Completion” will be generated with the name of the attorney and the date of completion of the course pre-printed on the certificate. You must save this certificate to your computer and send a copy to the course provider via e-mail (to: email@example.com and cc: firstname.lastname@example.org) requesting for grant of the “Certificate of Attendance”. Mention the name of your state in the same e-mail.
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|Module 4||Module 4|
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|Module 7||Module 7|
|Unit 1||Part 7|
|Module 8||Module -Feedback|