This course focuses on advanced concepts of bankruptcy valuation law, providing an in-depth understanding of the various techniques, methodologies, and contemporary issues in the field. Participants will explore legal, economic, and financial aspects of valuation in the bankruptcy context, leveraging case studies and academic literature. This is an interdisciplinary course, combining insights from law, finance, and economics. It is designed for students who have already completed basic coursework in bankruptcy law and business finance.
Develop an in-depth understanding of the legal and financial principles underlying bankruptcy valuation.
Analyze the different methodologies for business valuation in the context of bankruptcy.
Understand the interplay between valuation and different types of bankruptcy filings.
Critically evaluate the role of valuation in bankruptcy litigation, including fraudulent conveyance and preference actions.
Explore the evolving landscape of bankruptcy valuation law, including new and emerging trends.