Bankruptcy Litigation

Supreme Court Update: Practical Impact of Supreme Court Decisions

$75.00
$75.00

Bankruptcy Litigation Panel

This panel will focus on three current topics: (1) discovery, with an emphasis on the impact of the new federal discovery rules regarding “proportionality”; recent developments in e-discovery, including questions of possession, custody and control in discovery disputes; the Model Protocol for Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (ESI); and limitations on e-discovery (ResCap); (2) litigating with “common interests,” covering all about what a “common interest” is, whether an agreement is needed and court approval should be sought, the limits compared to attorney/client and work-product

$25.00
$25.00

Fraudulent Transfer Litigation

This panel will focus on recent litigation regarding actual vs. constructive fraud, how to plead and prove actual intent (Lyondell), the anticipated Second Circuit decision on safe harbors, etc., “fraudulent spin-off” cases (Tronox, Chemours, Paragon Offshore) and conflict-of-law issues.

$25.00
$25.00

Committee Educational Session: Mediation/Bankruptcy Litigation

War and Peace: Recent Trends and Developments in Bankruptcy Litigation and Mediation

$25.00
$25.00

Bankruptcy Litigation/Labor & Employment

Distress & Labor in the Courtroom: Pensions and CBA Rejections

$25.00
$25.00

Ethics & Professional Compensation/Mediation

Ethical Issues in Professional Fee Disputes: Mediation vs. Litigation

$25.00
$25.00

Diocese and Religious Order Bankruptcies

Well over a dozen Catholic dioceses and religious orders have filed chapter 11, from
Tucson to the Arctic and from Portland to Milwaukee. A panel of attorneys involved in
nearly all of these unique proceedings will provide updates on the cases and analyze
the paths that have proved successful — and those that have not.

$25.00
$25.00
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