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Monday, April 13, 2015

"An Insider's Look Behind the Scenes of a Bankruptcy Preference Defense"

By Jason Torf

NACM South Central

Louisville, KY

April 14, 2015

Have you ever wondered what goes into a bankruptcy preference analysis? How can savvy thinking and creativity help you when facing a preference demand or lawsuit? During his presentation, Jason described what your bankruptcy attorney does behind the scenes to prepare a real preference defense. He outlined the most common defenses and using preference analysis spreadsheets, showed how a little creativity can go a long way.

Discover more information about the seminar here.

Jason M. Torf ¡s a bankruptcy and creditors' rights partner Horwood Marcus & Berk Chartered. Jason regularly represents clients ¡n helping them solve their problems with troubled customers, both ¡n bankruptcy proceedings and otherwise. Jason represents clients ¡n all aspects of corporate reorganizations, restructurings, workouts, liquidations, foreclosures and bankruptcies.

Founded in 1897, NACM South Central serves Kentucky, middle Tennessee and southern Indiana and is part of the NACM network - connected to over 40 NACM offices nationwide and to the headquarters office. NACM South Central is a trade association with more than 100 years of service to the business credit community. Total NACM membership stands at over 15,000 today, making the National Association of Credit Management one of the oldest and largest business credit organizations in the United States

Good credit management supports bottom line profit and involves assessing the risk posed to companies by granting credit to specific customers for approving credit terms and managing accounts receivable. With so many complex and critical functions to perform, businesses and their credit professionals rely on NACM to provide up-to-date business information, services, training, education and best practices to keep them on the cutting edge.

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