ECJ Partners Byron Moldo and Peter Davidson Included in Line-up for Loyola VI Receivership Symposium

Sales Free and Clear for Business and Realty – Does it Matter What Type of Property?
01.23.2015
Location: Irvine, CA

Ervin Cohen & Jessup Partners Byron Z. Moldo and Peter A. Davidson have been selected as part of the line-up for the Loyola VI Receivership Symposium at the Hilton Irvine | Orange County Airport, January 23-24, 2015. Moldo will speak on the panel and Davidson will serve as Moderator for the “Sales Free and Clear for Business and Realty – Does it Matter What Type of Property?” session scheduled from 1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. on Friday, January 23rd.

The debate over a receiver’s sale of real property free and clear of liens has subsided. This panel will explore and debate the related, but often overlooked issue of a receiver’s ability to sell personal property, or even whole businesses, free and clear of liens and answer the question: Does it matter what type of property the receiver is selling?

The Loyola VI Symposium is being put on by the California Receivers Forum in conjunction with Loyola Law School Los Angeles. For additional details, please click here.

Byron Z. Moldo is a partner in ECJ’s Bankruptcy, Receivership, and Reorganization Department. Mr. Moldo‘s practice areas include bankruptcy, receivership, assignments for the benefit of creditors, and all aspects of insolvency. Mr. Moldo regularly serves as a Receiver in state and federal and court cases, and as assignee for the benefit of creditors.

Peter A. Davidson is a partner in ECJ’s Bankruptcy, Receivership, and Reorganization Department and has represented receivers, plaintiffs and defendants in receivership actions in state and federal court and trustees, creditors’ committees, secured creditors and debtors in the bankruptcy court. Mr. Davidson has also acted as a receiver, a conservator and a court appointed monitor. Mr. Davidson is a published author and frequent speaker on bankruptcy and receivership related matters and lends his expertise to ECJ’s blog “Ask the Receiver®“.

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