CLLA Exclusive Webinar on the Husky decision.
No Representation? No Problem - Non-Dischargeability of Fraud Claims After Husky
When the Supreme Court decided Husky International Electronics, Inc. v. Ritz, it answered the question of of whether a fraudulent transfer could give rise to a non-dischargeable debt. However, the decision raises a host of new issues.
- Who can be held liable?
- Whose intent controls?
- Need there be any nexus between the original debt and the non-dischargeability claim?
- What other creative theories can be included within “actual fraud?”
Presented by: Ronald Peterson and Stephen Sather
Originally Presented Live on: June 1, 2016