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BANKRUPTCY LAW FOR LENDERS
This course explores the intricate field of bankruptcy law with a specific focus on the position and rights of lenders. Participants will deepen their understanding of bankruptcy codes, debtor-creditor relationships, bankruptcy proceedings, and the various strategies that can be employed by lenders to mitigate risks and maximize returns during such proceedings. The course will delve into topics including but not limited to automatic stay, adequate protection, lift stay motions, priority of claims, lien avoidance, and the evolving legal landscape regarding bankruptcy.
To comprehend the complexities of bankruptcy law as it applies to lenders.
To explore the role of secured and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy proceedings.
To understand the nuances of debtor-creditor relationships during bankruptcy.
To critically evaluate and discuss case studies related to bankruptcy law.
To understand the strategic options available to lenders during bankruptcy proceedings.