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Shining a Light on Fraud

Professional Best Practices
Item Number: 
LMSSHINING

Five expert panelists discuss how today's analytical tools and techniques can shine a fresh light on the debtor’s books and records to help uncover fraud; how a company can manage its way through a crisis precipitated by accusations of fraud; and recent trends related to the doctrine of recharacterization of debt as equity, imputation of fraud to a bankrupt company to deprive a trustee of standing to sue third parties, and the Section 546(e) safe harbor that shields certain transfers that would otherwise be avoidable as constructively fraudulent.

Runtime: approximately 70 minutes
This course confers 1.0 CPE credit for CTAs and CTPs.
 

Course Number: 
352
Member Price: 
0.00
Non Member Price: 
120.00
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