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Andrew R. Schwartz
Andy Schwartz is an accomplished legal author, having published many works in the Illinois Bar Journal and for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (IICLE). Andy literally wrote the book on how to handle fraudulent transfer litigation, contributing a chapter on that topic for Chancery and Special Remedies, an annual IICLE publication. In addition to his writings, Andy lectures for the Illinois State Bar Association, and has had multiple speaking engagements addressing fraudulent transfer litigation.
- Illinois Bar Journal, “Defending Confession Judgment Cases in Illinois.” (October 1, 2014)
- Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Sophisticated Asset Recovery presentation on the use of charging orders in cases where a limited liability company or a member of a limited liability company is the judgment debtor. (October 2, 2014)
- Attacking Rule 137 Sanctions Motions as Pleadings, 98 Ill.B.J. 196, April 2010 (lead author)
- Litigating the Suit to Set Aside Fraudulent Transfers, IICLE Chancery and Special Remedies, Ch. 14 (1999, 2004, and 2009 Editions, 2002, 2006 and 2011 Supplements) (lead author)
- Resolving Contract Ambiguity: Parol Evidence Versus the Rules of Contract Construction, 87 Ill.B.J. 622 (April 1999) (lead author)
- Recovering Costs in Illinois Civil Actions, 88 Ill.B.J. 504 (Sept. 2000) (co-author)
- Winner Take All: Recovery of Fees for Fee Litigation in Illinois, 45 ISBA Fam. Law Newsletter No. 4 (April 2002)
- Upcoming: Charging Orders: Enforcement Against Members & Their LLCs, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Creditor’s Rights Section, October 2, 2014
- The Secret Stash: How to Combat Divorcing Spouses who Hide Income and Assets, Illinois State Bar Association, Matrimonial Lawyers Section, May 15, 2014 [View Event Video]
- Fraudulent Transfer Litigation for Matrimonial Attorneys, Illinois State Bar Association, Family Law Section, Chicago, April 7, 2010
- Fraudulent Transfer Litigation for Matrimonial Attorneys, Illinois State Bar Association, Family Law Section, Bloomington-Normal, May 20, 2010
Thomas J. Kanyock
Tom Kanyock is a renowned civil litigation lecturer, having conducted seminars on a wide variety of legal topics. Tom also had the opportunity to serve as the keynote speaker for the 1995 American Bar Association Annual Conference. Along with Andy Schwartz, Tom has co-authored an article for the Illinois Bar Journal, and assisted Andy with writing on fraudulent transfers for the IICLE.
- Attacking Rule 137 Sanctions Motions as Pleadings, 98 Ill.B.J. 196, April 2010 (co-author)
- Litigating the Suit to Set Aside Fraudulent Transfers, IICLE Chancery and Special Remedies, Ch. 14 (2009 Edition, 2011 Supplement) (co-author)
- Keynote speaker, 1995 American Bar Association Annual Conference
- Conducted seminars on civil litigation topics concerning state and federal civil procedure, first- and third-party insurance issues, aviation law, condominium disputes, epidemiology and animal law
- Karen Jeffreys joined U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit pilot program working to promulgate electronic discovery rules.
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