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Business Law & Taxation Law Sections
Present
How The Newly Effective California Voidable Transactions Act And Recent Court Cases Can Make The Day For Your Creditor Clients
Effective January 1, 2016, California adopted the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act ("UVTA") in place of the former Uniform Fraudulent Transfers Act. The UVTA provides for pre-judgment remedies, a lower standard of proof for creditors to win, new choice of law rules, and new definitions. The UVTA will have a major impact on asset protection planning, creditor's right to obtain a pre-judgment writ in almost any case, bankruptcy, tax collections, recovery of assets in probate, and opinion letters in commercial transactions. The panel will also consider the impact of recent court cases dealing with the charging orders against interests in LLCs and collection enforcement actions against beneficial interests held in self-settled trusts established outside the state of residence of the settlor. This program is a must attend for anyone who deals with asset protection or creditor rights, business and tort litigation, probate counsel, as well as tax and business attorneys.

Speakers:

William K. NormanOrd & Norman
Howard S. FisherThe Law Offices of Howard S. Fisher
Alexander J. Fisher, The Law Offices of Howard S. Fisher
When: Thursday, April 7, 2016, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Where: Beverly Hills Bar Association (Directions, Parking at 241 No. Canon Drive)
$0 - Members of The Order of Distinguished Attorneys
$25
- BHBA Members who pay in advance*
$225 - Non-BHBA Members who pay in advance*
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Robin Mashal - Business Section Chair / Alex J. Fisher - Program Chair
Mayer Nazarian, Esq. & Gregory A. Zbylut, Esq. - Tax Section Co-Chairs
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* Advanced registration closes24 hours prior to event time. Registrations received thereafter include a $25 additional fee.Full refund with 48 hours notice. Raincheck with 24 hours notice.

This activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1 Hour of Participatory Credit (Qualifies for Legal Specialization Credit) - and the Beverly Hills Bar Association certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education.
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