Michael D. Fielding, Associate at Husch Blackwell Sanders, LLP
Sinking economy? Troubled customers? Will you soon be a creditor in bankruptcy? Perhaps the only thing worse than losing money due to the bankruptcy filing of your customer is having the Trustee turn around and sue your company for a preferential transfer or fraudulent conveyance. But the pain of these avoidance actions doesn’t have to be so bad! Be proactive. This presentation will discuss basic steps that you can take now to minimize or eliminate the risk of your company being sued for a preferential transfer or fraudulent conveyance.
For years, Michael D. Fielding has successfully defended creditors against avoidance actions. He understands the challenges these lawsuits pose to companies. He knows and understands the defenses that can be raised and the steps that should be taken before a bankruptcy is filed to minimize ultimate exposure. Mr. Fielding is an attorney in the Insolvency and Commercial Bankruptcy practice group of Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP in Kansas City, Missouri. He is certified as a Business Bankruptcy Specialist by the American Board of Certification.