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The Automatic Stay and Avoiding Powers

Recorded on: May. 1, 2017
Running Time: 00:58:52

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Taken from the Web Program Bankruptcy & Reorganizations 2017: Current Developments recorded April, 2017 in New York.

The Automatic Stay and Avoiding Powers [00:58:52]
  • Current cases on scope of stay and exceptions—extraterritoriality (Lyondell); Fairfield
  • Relief from stay; criteria and litigation
  • Standing of creditors and committees to avoid transfers
  • Valuation disputes in stay and avoidance litigation
  • Voidable preferences; the ordinary course, paid and unpaid new value, subsequent advance and earmarking defenses; § 546(e);
  • Fraudulent transfers—UFTA, Bankruptcy Code Sections 544(b) and 548; Madoff, Ponzi cases; Janvey v. Brown; § 546(e); "antecedent debt" and "good faith defenses"; Tousa appellate decisions

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  • The Bankruptcy Code’s Automatic Stay (February 2017)
    Michael L. Cook, Taejin Kim
  • Preference Litigation
    Brian C. Tong, Michael L. Cook
  • Fraudulent Transfers
    Brian C. Tong, Michael L. Cook
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Michael L Cook ~ Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP
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