Webinar - Husky International Decision
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When: June 1, 2016
12-1 pm Central
Where: United States
Contact: Susan Homerding

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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 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?”   
Sign up for the Commercial Law League’s new webinar to hear Ron Peterson of Jenner & Block in Chicago and Stephen Sather of Barron & Newburger in Austin discuss the implications of this groundbreaking Supreme Court decision.


Ronald R. Peterson
Jenner & Block LLP
Chicago, Illinois

Stephen Sather
Barron & Newburger, P.C.
Austin, Texas