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This course will study bankruptcy laws including voluntary and involuntary insolvency, permissible and impermissible transfer of property from insolvent estates, and the debates on public policy theory. Senator Goldstein presents the Candian system and Rabbi Yaffe contrasts it with the Talmudic system.

Bankruptcy Rights and Responsibilities

Bankruptcy Rights and Responsibilities

Comparing the U.S., Canadian and Talmudic Systems

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Bankruptcy Rights and Responsibilities: Comparing the U.S., Canadian and Talmudic Systems

This course will study bankruptcy laws including voluntary and involuntary insolvency, permissible and impermissible transfer of property from insolvent estates, and the debates on public policy theory. Senator Goldstein presents the Candian system and Rabbi Yaffe contrasts it with the Talmudic system.
Bankruptcy, Law; Jurisprudence, Lawyers
Senator Yoine Goldstein is a leading member of Canada’s legal community and is the only Canadian lawyer to have been elected a Fellow of both the American College of Bankruptcy and the American College of Trial Lawyers. He has been widely recognized for his knowledge of insolvency, a subject about which he has published and lectured extensively.
Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe is a frequent contributor of articles and media to Chabad.org, is Dean of the Institute of American and Talmudic Law in New York, N.Y., and Rabbi of Congregation B'nai Torah in Springfield. Mass. Rabbi Yaffe has lectured and led seminars throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa.
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