Milestone two bankruptcy case | Law homework help

This case is supported using the video information and the rubrics to answer that bankruptcy case.

Please be advised to view the video resource on bankruptcy basics. Then, read Case Study 2 of the final project and respond to the clients in “email” format, addressing the listed critical elements.  Also use the case study in the rubric to write the milestone covering the questions below or on the rubric.

 Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: 

I. What legal defenses might Fred and Sally raise with regard to the checks written by Jane to Don? Why do you believe they will be successful or unsuccessful? 

II. What legal defenses might Fred and Sally raise with regard to the check written by Jane and delivered to the church? Why do you believe they will be successful or unsuccessful? 

III. What, if any, civil claims do Fred and Sally have against Jane based on her actions? Why do you believe they will be successful or unsuccessful? 

IV. Analyze the forms of bankruptcy available to the business in this instance (assume the business entity is the same form as you chose in Case Study 1). What form is most appropriate and why? 

V. Analyze the implications of a potential bankruptcy action on the business assets (assume the business entity is the same form as you chose in Case Study 1). Explain which, if any, are subject to forced sales, liens, or forfeiture. 

VI. Analyze the implications, if any, of a potential bankruptcy action by the business on the assets of the individual family members (assume the business entity is the same form as you chose in Case Study 

1). Explain if the assets of business owners are subject to forced sale, liens, or forfeiture. 

VII. What legal recourse does Fred have against Bob for infringement of intellectual property rights? Do you believe he will be successful? Why or why not?  

Please make sure work is clear from errors and copy work.

Thank you

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