The Creditors' Primary Remedy Against A Debtor's
Interest In A Limited Liability Company Or Partnership
Jay D. Adkisson is an attorney and partner of Riser Adkisson LLP, with his offices in the Las Vegas, Nevada, and Newport Beach, California areas. He is admitted to practice in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oklahoma and Texas, and in various federal U.S. District Courts and U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeal in those states, and in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Jay has frequently been involved in litigation involving charging orders nationwide. He has also frequently lectured on the topic of Charging Orders to a large number of groups, including to the American Bar Association's Section on Business Law, in which he has been active. For more information, see Jay's personal website.
Jay's Past Speaking Appearances On Charging Orders
2016.9.15 ... Los Angeles ... Presented the sections, "Business Asset Protection", "Understanding Charging Orders" and "California's New Uniform Voidable Transactions Act" at a seminar sponsored by Pincus Professional Education.
2016.4.1 ... Vermillion, SD ... Presented "Charging Orders" at the Asset Protection Symposium of the University of South Dakota Law Review.
2016.2.11 ... NBI Webinar ... Presented Charging Orders: Practice and Procedure and LLC Hot Topics for a webinar sponsored by the National Business Institute.
2015.7.10 ... Jay Adkisson and Carter Bishop presented "The Consequences of an LLC Member Filing Bankruptcy" at the University of Texas annual LLCs, LPs and Partnerships conference
2014.7.10 ... Austin, TX ... Presented "Charging Orders" at the University of Texas Continuing Legal Education Conference on LLCs, LPs and Partnerships
2014.5.8 ... Miami ... Presented "Fraudulent Transfers and Charging Orders" at the Florida Bar Tax Section seminar Asset Protection Industry Leaders Present Key Tools, Technologies, and Insights to Create a Successful Wealth Protection Plan
2013.9.24 ... ABA Webinar ... With Ellisa Habbart presented "Creditors Remedies Against LLCs Other Than Charging Orders" presented by the American Bar Association Section on Real Property, Trusts & Estates
2013.4.23 ... ABA Teleconference ... Presented "Charging Orders" for the American Bar Association Section on Business Law Committee on Limited Partnerships and Unincorporated Entities
2013.4.4 ... Washington DC ... Chaired panel "Creditor Attacks on LLCs and LPs Other Than By Charging Orders" at the Spring Meeting of the American Bar Association's Business Law Section
2012.10.18 ... Washington, D.C. ... Presented "Practical Aspects of Charging Orders" at the LLC Institute sponsored by the LPUE Committee of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association
2010.8.4 ... National Telephone Conference ... Jay Adkisson joined Professor Carter G. Bishop of the Suffolk University Law School to discuss the "reverse veil piercing" of limited liability companies and Olmstead. Presented by the Business Planning Group of the American Bar Association's Section on Real Property, Probate and Trust Planning.
2007.7.11 ... Orange County, CA ... Presented "Understanding Charging Orders" at the luncheon of the Trusts & Estates Section of the Orange County Bar Association
2006.10.19 ... Presented"Asset Protection: 10 Things You Must Know" and "Understanding Charging Order Protection and Drafting Considerations" at the Southern California Tax & Estate Planning Forum.
For more on the historical background of Charging Orders and contemporary issues involving the same, see Jay Adkisson's article, Charging Orders: The Peculiar Mechanism, 61 South Dakota Law Review 440 (2016). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2928487
The Uniform Acts a/k/a Harmonized Acts re Charging Orders
General Partnerships - Article V of the Uniform Partnership Act
For the Uniform Partnership Act, Article V, including the Reporter's Comments, click here
Limited Partnerships - Article VII of the Uniform Limited Partnership Act
For the Uniform Limited Partnership Act, Article VII, including the Reporter's Comments, click here
Limited Liability Companies - Article V of the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act
For the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act, Article V, including the Reporter's Comments, click here
Articles Regarding Charging Orders
A collection of articles by Jay D. Adkisson regarding various reported cases involving charging orders and related issues, click here
About Jay D. Adkisson
About Jay D. Adkisson, the author of this website, click here
Other Websites By Jay Adkisson
About Jay Adkisson
Jay's personal webpage with his background, lists of his books and articles, and past and future speaking appearances, are found at jayadkisson.com
Voidable Transactions a/k/a Fraudulent Transfers
An examination, with Jay's commentary, about the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act a/k/a 2014 Revisions to the Uniform Fraudulent Transfers Act, for which Jay was an American Bar Association Adviser to the Drafting Committee of the Uniform Law Commission, is found at voidabletransactions.com
Captive Insurance Companies
Jay is the author of Adkisson's Captive Insurance Companies, which is the all-time best-selling work on the subject, and a collection of his musings and articles about captives are found at captiveinsurancecompanies.com
Jay's award-winning and frequently cited website regarding various tax schemes and financial scams, with a popular comment board for those scams, is found at quatloos.com
Riser Adkisson LLP
For the website of Jay's law firm, Riser Adkisson LLP, and information about his legal services, see risad.com
© 2017, Jay D. Adkisson. All Rights Reserved. No claim to government works or the works of the Uniform Law Commission. The information contained in this website is for general educational purposes only, does not constitute any legal advice or opinion, and should not be relied upon in relation to particular cases. Use this information at your own peril; it is no substitute for the legal advice or opinion of an attorney licensed to practice law in the appropriate jurisdiction. This site is http://www.chargingorder.com Contact: jay [at] jayadkisson.com or by phone to 702-953-9617 or by fax to 877-698-0678.