Husky Aftermath – Where Do Things Stand With "Actual Fraud"?

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Husky Aftermath – Where Do Things Stand With "Actual Fraud"?

July 27, 2018


Courts wrestle with applying Husky to except from an individual’s discharge creditor claims involving fraud or fraudulent transfers. Some courts carve a narrow path, while others take the opinion at its fullest meaning, suggesting a broad new cause of action for nondischargeability. This is especially true for directors and officers who use their control of nondebtor entities to benefit from fraudulent activity, including actual and constructive fraudulent transfers. Such actions also give rise to related breach of fiduciary duty claims and aiding-and-abetting liability that likewise could prove to be nondischargeable. The panelists will debate claims and defenses based on the evolving case law, and share their views on what lies next.

Friday, July 27

Noon - 1:15 pm ET

This webinar is free to attend and CLE is available to members in qualifying states.*

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Leslie A. Berkoff
Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP;
Garden City, NY

Candice L. Kline
Carpenter Lipps & Leland LLP;

Patrick S. Scott
Gray Robinson, PA;
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.


*1 hour of general CLE credit is available in the following pre-approved 60-minute-hour and 50-minute-hour states: AK, AL, AR, CA, DE, GA, IL, MO, NJ, PA, SC, TN, TX, VT, WI and WV. These states follow an approved jurisdiction policy: AZ, CO, CT, NH, NY. ABI will submit attendance to DE, IL, PA, TN and TX; for the remaining jurisdictions, attorneys will need to self-submit. For those jurisdictions not listed, ABI will issue certificates for attorneys to self-submit for approval. ABI charges an administrative fee of $5 for Members and $25 for non-members upon requesting CLE credit for this program.
Further details will be provided the day of the event.