This seminar will address the nuts and bolts of the Texas Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act. It will discuss cases interpreting the TUFTA, strategic and ethical considerations in prosecution or defending fraudulent transfer claims and advising clients on asset transfers. It will also cover related claims like alter ego. This program will delve into how attorneys may be liable for aiding and abetting if they assist their clients in making a fraudulent transfer.
CLE: 1.5 hours MCLE credit, .25 hour ethics credit.
Speaker: Jack Edwards (Ajamie LLP) and David Siegel (Ajamie LLP)
No pre-registration is required. Written materials are available for up to $15. The CLE Department makes these written materials available after many of its seminars and institutes. If you would like to purchase written materials, please contact the CLE Department at (713) 759-1133 or email Ashley Gagnon Steininger. Written materials will be charged an 8.25% sales tax. Non-members may attend for a $50 fee that covers written materials.
HBA CLE Seminar Brochure, November 2018 – April 2019.