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Information on using credit enhancements to reduce or eliminate credit risk.

Information on using credit enhancements to reduce or eliminate credit risk.

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  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk Scott E. Blakeley, Esq. Blakeley & Blakeley LLP 1000 Quail Street, Suite 200 Newport Beach, CA 92660 Voice: (949) 260-0612 Fax: (949) 260-0613 [email_address] www.bandblaw.com
    • FIRM PROFILE : Blakeley & Blakeley LLP represents its creditor clients in the areas of creditor rights, commercial litigation and collection, credit documentation, e-commerce, bankruptcy and out-of-court-workouts. B&B’s collective experience and legal and practical understanding of vendors’ rights results in cost-effective representation and develops solutions to vendors’ problems. B&B’s attorneys have extensive experience working with vendors. Members of the firm routinely speak to national industry groups and trade associations concerning creditors’ rights and frequently publish articles in national and regional publications concerning creditors’ rights.
    • Scott Blakeley is a partner in the California law firm of Blakeley & Blakeley LLP, where he advises companies around the country regarding creditors’ rights, commercial law, e-commerce and bankruptcy law. He was selected as one of the 50 most influential people in commercial credit by Credit Today. Scott has published dozens of articles and manuals in the area of creditors’ rights, commercial law, e-commerce and bankruptcy in such publications as Business Credit , Managing Credit, Receivables & Collections, Norton’s Bankruptcy Review and the Practicing Law Institute , and speaks frequently to credit industry groups regarding these topics throughout the country. Scott holds an B.S. from Pepperdine University, an M.B.A. from Loyola University and a law degree from Southwestern University.
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
    • Introduction
      • Bankruptcy Concerns
        • Preference claims
        • Fraudulent conveyance claims
        • Turnover Actions
        • Strong-arm powers
      • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Years of delay
        • Power claims
      • Automatic Stay
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Avoidance Powers
        • Preference Claim
          • Exceptions
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Claim
          • Intentional Fraudulent Transfer
        • Turnover Action
          • Overview
        • Strong Arm Powers
          • Unseating a lien not properly perfected prior to the commencement of the bankruptcy filing
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
    • Credit Enhancements
      • Letter of Credit
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Certificate of Deposit
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
    • Guarantee
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Purchase Money Security Interest
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Security Interest in Assets
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Consignment
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Credit Insurance
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Put Option/Put Contract
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Factoring
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
    • Maximizing Recovery Where There is No Credit Enhancement
      • Credit Applications
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Restructuring Agreement
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Stopping Goods in Transit
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Reclamation
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Offset (Setoff)
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Critical Vendor
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Post-petition Return of Goods: - (Section 546* of the Bankruptcy Code)
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Selling Claims
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
    • Alternative Payment Methods
      • Credit Card
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arms Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • Joint Check Agreement
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk
  • Commercial Credit and the Recession: Use Credit Enhancements to Reduce or Eliminate Credit Risk
      • E-Checks and Checks by Fax
        • Background
        • Bankruptcy Risk
        • Automatic Stay
        • Preference Risk
        • Fraudulent Conveyance Risk
        • Turnover Risk
        • Strong Arm Power Risk