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Amy Swedberg to Serve on Panel for Strafford Publications Webinar on Advanced Preference Litigation in Bankruptcy

November 7, 2019

Amy Swedberg, partner in Maslon's Financial Services and Litigation Groups, will serve on a panel for Strafford Publication's webinar titled, "Advanced Preference Litigation in Bankruptcy: Levering Key Defenses" on November 7, 2019. The webinar will discuss commonly attacked transactions such as payments to trade creditors, loan workouts, and payments to insiders. The panel will also analyze statutory defenses such as earmarking, critical vendor, mere conduit, assumed contract, claim waivers, and set-offs.

Amy focuses her legal practice primarily on assisting lenders and other commercial creditors, asset purchasers, and adversary proceeding defendants 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.

Amy's experience includes the representation of creditors in major chapter 11 bankruptcies including Delta Air Lines, Petters Company, Magnetation LLC, Polaroid, Essar Steel, Gander Mountain, Toys "R" Us, Interstate Bakeries, Premier Entertainment, and United Homes.

For more information or to register, go to: Strafford Publications, "Advanced Preference Litigation in Bankruptcy: Leveraging Key Defenses."

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