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Amy Swedberg to Moderate Panel Discussion at Minnesota CLE's 2015 Bankruptcy Institute

October 9, 2015

Amy Swedberg, partner in Maslon's Financial Services Group, will present at Minnesota CLE's two-day 2015 Bankruptcy Institute on October 8-9, 2015, where she serves as the Institute's Chairperson. On day two, Amy will moderate a panel discussion titled "Avoidance Actions 101: Common Chapter 5 Claims and the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act," in which panelists will discuss key elements and defenses of avoidance actions in bankruptcy, including preference actions and fraudulent transfer claims as well as features of the new Minnesota Voidable Transactions Act (UTVA) and proposed changes to Chapter 5 of the Bankruptcy Code.

Amy's practice focuses primarily on assisting lenders and other commercial creditors, asset purchasers, adversary proceeding defendants, and indenture trustees with creditor rights and bankruptcy issues. She is an experienced litigator in the bankruptcy courts in Minnesota and other jurisdictions. Amy also assists lenders in real estate foreclosures, receiverships, pursuing loan collateral, negotiating workouts, and drafting commercial loan documentation.

For more information or to register, go to: Minnesota CLE's 2015 Bankruptcy Institute.


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