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Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section Meeting (SCB161117)
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Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section Meeting.

When: Thursday, November 17, 2016
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Where: Pine Orchard Yacht Club
GPS Address: 294 Pine Orchard Road, Branford, CT 06405
2 Club Parkway
Branford, Connecticut 
United States
Contact: Member Service Center

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Panel Presentation:

Stephen M. Kindseth

Thomas J. Sansone

Hal Schaeffer*

Roberta Napolitano, Moderator


Managing Preference Litigation; a Case Study


*Hal Schaeffer CCE, CEW, is a nationally recognized bankruptcy preference expert. He prepares analytical reports that have been used to provide expert witness testimony in over 700 preference actions over the last five years for both Plaintiffs and Defendants including insider cases. When Hal attends mediation settlement talks with the attorney of record, the settlement payment has averaged less than 7 cents on the dollar for the Defendant, with many Defendant clients paying nothing. His rates for this type of work are the lowest in the country. Hal is the president and founder of D & H Credit Services, Inc. a boutique consultancy that provides credit and cash flow advisory and educational services in addition to providing Expert Reports for clients hit with preference claims. He is the author of several credit and cash flow books and has spoken at a variety of venues both domestically and internationally including NACM’s Credit Congress, Mid-South Commercial Law Institute 2010 Annual Seminar in Nashville, TN, Norton Institute on Bankruptcy Law in Park City, UT, the New York State Bar Association and the National Association of Credit Management’s Graduate School of Credit at Dartmouth College. He can be reached at or (302) 832 - 6980.


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