Bankruptcy Dischargeability of Minnesota Unemployment Benefit Overpayments

Event Description


Deadline to Register Online: September 11, 2016

Perhaps the most important aspect of bankruptcy for the filer is the fresh start received when the court discharges their debts.  This course will examine how to maximize the client's discharge in bankruptcy of debts arising out of over payment of Minnesota unemployment benefits.  We will discuss how to accomplish this in chapter 7 and chapter 13 cases.  We will discuss how to prepare an answer to the non-dischargeability complaint.  Using past cases, we will discuss how to approach settling such complaints effectively, responding to discovery, and anticipating issues that may arise before or during trial.


Craig Andresen
Mr. Andresen is a Bloomington, Minnesota, bankruptcy lawyer who has practiced in Minnesota since 1988.  He is treasurer of the MSBA Bankruptcy Section, and is a past Minnesota chair of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.  Mr. Andresen represented the debtor in fourteen reported bankruptcy court decisions.

Mike Davey - Moderator
Mike Davey is a Saint Paul area bankruptcy attorney and a shareholder in the law firm Full Circle Law.  He represents consumers throughout Minnesota and Western Wisconsin.  He currently serves as chair of the MSBA  Bankruptcy Consumer Debtor Attorney Subcommittee.  His a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.      

CLE Credit:

1.0 Standard CLE Credit Approved | Event Code: 226389


FREE for everyone.

Remote Participation: 

Remote participation is not available. 

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Conference Room II / BLN Office Park Bloomington, MN United States