Learn the latest on Locating and Recovering Assets with this convenient, 24/7 On-demand Seminar & Complimentary Podcast. Register to obtain CLE & MCLE credit, online access to over 100 pages of written course & reference materials, and attend this on-demand seminar. YOU MAY LISTEN FROM ALMOST ANY TYPE OF COMPUTER OR IPOD. ACCESS TO THE RECORDING AND MATERIALS DOES NOT EXPIRE.
Collection Law: Locating and Recovering Assets Benefits:
90-Minute On-demand Downloadable Seminar & Complimentary Podcast
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Register for CLE & MCLE credit - specific credit hours are listed at the bottom of this page.
The weak economy has made locating and successfully collecting upon assets one of the most profitable areas of legal practice today. There is significant national attention on lenders and borrowers, as well as their efforts to collect or prevent collection of consumer obligations, mortgage and credit card debt, and assets. Locating assets and collection law present many challenges. Understanding the latest regulations and best practices in collecting assets is imperative in this expanding practice. The Rossdale faculty for this seminar includes an industry authority who will describe the latest developments in asset collection, effectively reviewing public records that many attorneys forget to consult, disclosure hearings, as well as assignment and charging orders. Our nationally recognized speaker will also relate cutting-edge issues for recovering assets, establishing fraudulent conveyances, claw backs, and extracting value from a debtor’s intangible intellectual property holdings. Registration includes course and reference materials that serve as a helpful guide to the numerous topics and techniques discussed in this convenient 24/7 seminar. Agenda: 1. Effectively Locating & Collecting on Assets:
a. Conducting Conventional Discovery
b. Strategies on Discovery through Online Resources
c. Reviewing UCC, Credit Bureau, Financial Institution, Real Estate, and Public Records
d. Minimizing the Effect of Bankruptcy on Recovering Assets
e. Latest Developments in Asset Collection 2. Reaching the Assets of the Difficult Debtor:
a. Effectively Obtaining Assignment Orders
b. Best Practices on Charging Orders
c. Utilizing Assignment & Charging Orders to Obtain Assets Held By Corporations, Limited Liability Companies and Other Entities
d. Establishing Fraudulent Conveyances
e. Instituting Claw Backs from Third Party Transferees
f. Seizing & Extracting Value from a Debtor’s Intangible Intellectual Property Holdings
3. Recorded Question & Answer Session Biography of Seminar Faculty:
1. Alex H.S. Thomason
is a national authority on locating and collecting assets. He is a Principal Partner at Thomason Law & Justice, PS, where his practice focuses on commercial litigation and creditor rights in matters involving alter ego/veil piercing, corporate officer disregard, fraudulent conveyances and Article 9 of the UCC. His practice encompasses pre and post-judgment creditor remedies (injunctions, attachments, garnishments) in the commercial, real property, and construction contexts. Mr. Thomason’s reputation and trial successes have earned him numerous appointments as Special Counsel to a United States Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee where he pursues personal liability against corporate wrongdoers under Sections 523 and 727 of the Bankruptcy Code. Repeatedly listed in Super Lawyers® Magazine and an AVVO-rated "Superb" lawyer, Mr. Thomason lectures nationally to lawyers and judges on alter ego/veil piercing, corporate officer disregard, fraudulent conveyances, and prejudgment remedies. Alex has appeared on MSNBC, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CNN, Headline News, CNBC, Good Morning America, and other programs.
2. Anthony Ellis
practices at Hahn & Hessen, where he focuses his practice on representing individuals, financial institutions and corporations in a wide range of commercial matters in trials and appeals in state and federal court. Mr. Ellis has experience in successfully locating and collecting assets. He has served as an editor for the International Litigation committee of the Litigation Section of the American Bar Association. Following his graduation from The George Washington University Law Center, Mr. Ellis clerked for The Honorable Carlos F. Lucero of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
3. Zachary G. Newman
is a Partner at Hahn & Hessen, where he represents public and private companies, national banking associations, commercial lenders, leasing companies, and hedge funds in business litigation throughout the United States. His practice focuses on Banking Litigation (enforcing multimillion dollar credit facilities on behalf of national and regional banks and institutional and specialty lenders, securing provisional remedies, and defending lender liability litigation); Commercial Litigation (litigating contract disputes, commercial insurance claims, aircraft lease disputes, unfair competition and restrictive covenants, bankruptcy disputes and judgment enforcement); Fiduciary Litigation (contested accountings, Prudent Investor Act claims, and breach of fiduciary duty claims); and Art and Antique Litigation (national and international reacquisition of lost or stolen art, repossessions and liquidations and disputes regarding valuations, fraudulent auctions, consignor-lender issues and lien priority). Given his expertise, Mr. Newman has been called upon to speak on topics ranging from judgment enforcement and best lending practices to lender liability and the rights of art consignors. Who should attend this seminar?
Attorneys, paralegals, and legal professionals.
You will receive an on-demand download of the seminar, accompanying materials, and information to report the CLE credits as soon as you register with a credit card or when we process your check. CLE ACCREDITATION: Rossdale CLE is a national leader in attorney education and has trained thousands of attorneys, paralegals, and other legal professionals.
Attend this 24/7 on-demand seminar for CLE & MCLE credit with the following pending & approved jurisdictions:
Alabama State Bar MCLE Commission for 1.5 MCLE credits
Alaska Bar Association for 1.5 CLE Credits *
Arizona State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits**
State Bar of California for 1.5 MCLE credits
Colorado Supreme Court Board of Continuing Legal & Judicial Education for 1.8 CLE Credits
Connecticut (CLE credits are not required, but are encouraged)**
District of Columbia (CLE credits are not required)***
Florida Bar for 2.0 CLE credits
Georgia Bar for 1.5 CLE credits
Hawaii State Board of CLE for 1.5 VCLE credit
Indiana Commission for Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE Credits
Louisiana Supreme Court Commission on MCLE for 1.5 MCLE credits
Maryland (CLE credits are not required)**
Massachusetts (CLE credits are not required)**
Michigan (CLE credits are not required)**
Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits
New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits (per Rule 201:4)
New Mexico Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board for 1.5 CLE credits
New York State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits
North Carolina State Bar Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 CLE credits
Oregon State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits
Rhode Island Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for 1.5 CLE credits
South Dakota (CLE credits are not required)**
Texas State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits
Utah State Board of Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 MCLE credits
Virginia State Bar for 1.5 MCLE credits
Washington State Board of Continuing Legal Education for 1.5 MCLE credits
Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners for 1.5 CLE credits
Wyoming State Bar for 1.5 CLE credits
Additional States - call customer service at (888) 626-3462
* Members of the Alaska Bar Association may report 1.5 CLE credits for participating in this course as it has been approved by other mandatory CLE jurisdictions for 1.5 CLE credits.
** The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity may qualify for up to 1.5 hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 0 hour(s) of professional responsibility.
*** States that do not require CLE are indicated above. Rossdale does not apply for CLE in these states as CLE credit is not required. For additional questions, please call 888-626-3462. REGISTER FOR CLE CREDIT AND LISTEN & LEARN AT YOUR CONVENIENCE WITH THIS 24/7 ON-DEMAND DOWNLOADABLE SEMINAR.
You will receive an on-demand download of the seminar, accompanying materials, and information to report the CLE credits as soon as you register with a credit card or when we process your check.