The speakers, guests and participants will discuss the issue of legal act ineffectiveness in bankruptcy and restructuring law during the conference.
The aim of the conference is a holistic approach to the legal act ineffectiveness by practitioners. The goal is also to structure known opinions in order to draw up the conclusions for the discussed topic. They are valid from the practical perspective but also very interesting from the academic point of view.
Experts from leading scientific centres in Poland and other countries will analyze the essence and legal nature of legal act ineffectiveness, as well as procedural aspects. The conference speakers and experts are: prof. Feliks Zedler, prof. Andrzej Jakubecki, prof. Anna Hrycaj, prof. Rafał Adamus, prof. Maciej Gutowski, prof. Andrzej Torbus, prof. Kinga Flaga-Gieruszyńska, prof. Izabella Gil, prof. Paweł Grzegorczyk, dr Patryk Filipiak, dr Annerose Tashiro, Mr Piotr Zimmerman.
The conference placed in Poznań is the result of cooperation between Faculty of Law and Administration of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and Faculty of Law and Administration of Lazarski University in Warsaw.
It is the first conference out of two planned in 2018. Both will focus on “actus in fraudem creditoris”. The second conference will take place in Warsaw (Lazarski University campus) in November 2018. The subject of the autumn conference is „Challenging a legal act which harms the creditors in the civil law and civil procedure”.
Panel I – The essence and legal nature of legal act ineffectiveness in bankruptcy and restructuring law
The ineffectiveness in bankruptcy and restructuring in terms of the civil construct of legal act ineffectiveness
The essence and legal nature of legal act ineffectiveness in bankruptcy and restructuring
Panel II – The material scope of ineffectiveness in bankruptcy and restructuring law
The essence and effects of the ineffectiveness of establishing a marital separation of property
The ineffectiveness of securities in bankruptcy and restructuring law
Ineffectiveness and invalidity of a transfer of future receivable in bankruptcy and restructuring law
Panel III – Ineffectiveness of legal acts – procedural aspects
The procedural aspects of the ineffectiveness and challenging the acts of the bankrupt
The impact of declaring the bankruptcy of the debtor on the pending proceedings regarding the ineffective legal act
The impact of declaring bankruptcy of the third person on the manner of pursuing the claims regarding the ineffectiveness of legal acts