This course delves into the complex domain of Debtor-Creditor law. It seeks to develop a nuanced understanding of the legal principles and practical considerations surrounding debtor and creditor relations, personal and business bankruptcy, enforcement of judgments, debt collection, secured transactions, and insolvency. The course will incorporate case studies, critical analyses of contemporary issues, and examinations of the legal framework at both the federal and state levels. This course is ideal for students intending to specialize in bankruptcy law, corporate law, or those interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the complex world of debtor-creditor relationships.
Deepen understanding of the underlying principles of debtor-creditor law, including the laws governing both secured and unsecured credit.
Examine key legislative frameworks, including the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and Uniform Commercial Code, and their impact on debtor-creditor relations.
Critically analyze case studies to understand how these laws apply in practice.