Classes for Remaining of the Semester

It looks like tomorrow, April 6, is our 12th class.  So four more left including tomorrow.  Here is what we will do for the last four weeks:

April 6:  Class 12. Trustee’s Ability to Expand the Estate 292
A. Preferences 292
Cunningham v. Brown 292
B. Fraudulent Conveyances 297
BFP v. Resolution Trust Corporation 298
Dean v. Davis, Jr. 303
In re Beverly 305
Shapiro v. Wilgus 315

April 13:  Class 13. The Discharge 320
A. Denial of the Discharge Based on Prepetition Transfers 320
In re Adeeb 321
In re Beverly 327
B. Non-Dischargeability Based on Fraud 329
Overview of 523(a):  19 subsections
When is a complaint required?
In Re Ronald Kirsh 329
C. Credit Card Debts 334
In re Dorsey 334
In re Eashai 339

April 20:  Class 14:  Prof. Gorginian
C. Non-Dischargeability Based on Willful and Malicious Injury 347
Kawaauhau v. Geiger 347
D. Debts Arising From Criminal Proceedings 350
Kelly v. Robinson 350
E. Student Loans 356
In re Carnduff 358
Roth v. Educational Management Corp (In re Roth) 364

April 27:  Class 15. Consumer Reorganization – Chapter 13   374
Overview of chapter 13
A. Computing Net Disposable Income 374
In re Greer 374
B. (skip)
C. Good Faith After BAPCPA 392
In re Welsh 392
D. (Skip)

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