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AICPA Forensic & Valuation Services Conference 2013

Bankruptcy Litigation: Overview and Recent Developments

‐ Nov 11, 2013 3:10pm

Today’s bankruptcy code was founded on a philosophy of achieving consensus based on a framework for litigation
in which many issues can be litigated from the moment a petition is filed through and after the confirmation
of a plan of reorganization. The investigation and pursuit, settlement or release of potential causes of action
held by the estate is a process that often requires forensic and valuation assistance, including causes of action
arising under the bankruptcy code itself, such as preferences or fraudulent transfers, or under many other state
and federal statutes that are implicated in bankruptcy. This session will highlight some of the significant recent
decisions in bankruptcy-related litigation in this specialized area that continually evolves as new case law is
made each day. Participants will:
• Learn about the key issues litigated in matters including preference, fraudulent conveyance, D&O and other
bankruptcy-related litigation
• Learn about the tests of solvency and financial condition (balance sheet, adequacy of capital and ability
to pay debts as due) required in preference and fraudulent conveyance cases
• Obtain current updates regarding recent issues and decisions in bankruptcy-related litigation


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