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FEDERAL EQUITY RECEIVERSHIPS: AN ESSENTIAL TOOL IN THE INSOLVENCY PROFESSIONAL'S TOOLBOX


Federal Equity Receiverships: Recent Trends and Evolving Case Law

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With little statutory guidance available, federal equity receiverships are guided by common law equitable concepts and case law precedent. This webinar discusses evolving trends in federal equity receiverships including alternative distribution models and claw back actions. Learn what a rising tide distribution is and the difference between net losers and net winners in a claw back action.


Federal Equity Receiverships: The Order Controls

There are no in-depth statutory guidelines for federal equity receivers, as there are for bankruptcy trustees. Accordingly, the appointment order is the primary source from which a federal equity receiver’s powers are derived. This webinar discusses the importance of the appointment order, the timing of the entry of the appointment order, why and when the appointment order should be amended and what can happen when a receiver acts outside the scope of the appointment order.


Federal Equity Receiverships: the Basics

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Historically, equity receiverships trace their origin to English Common Law, where the concepts of chancery jurisdiction and equitable relief were first introduced.  Today, federal equity receiverships are used in a wide variety of actions pending in federal district courts.  This webinar discusses some of the basic concepts underlying the modern federal equity receivership.  Learn about the statutory underpinnings, the role of equity jurisdiction and the manner in which federal equity receivers are appointed.