Practice and Procedure

Blurring the Lines: The Advent and Ethics of Multidisciplinary Practice

$25.00
$25.00

ABC Program: Professionalism! Competence! Featuring Judges on Best Practices

Bankruptcy judges sound off on the best (and worst) behavior of our bankruptcy brothers and sisters. Join us in our first ABC-sponsored session!

$25.00
$25.00

Coaching Your Non-Expert Witness

Have you ever had your expert sink your case with the wrong words? This no longer needs to be the case. Learn how to get the best testimony out of nonprofessional witnesses, including business owners and CFOs. This panel will discuss various evidentiary matters, including the use of affidavits, how to get hearsay in, special rules for business owners (valuation testimony and how to make it credible), direct testimony and business records.

$25.00
$25.00

Artificial Intelligence: Why It Matters to Your Future Bankruptcy Practice

$25.00
$25.00

Effective Motion Practice: Pointers, Checklists, Templates, Best Practices and More

Sharpen your motion-practice skills and become a more effective and prepared advocate for your client by attending this practical session. Focusing on chapter 11 cases, panelists will discuss tips and practice pointers for motions for relief from stay, asset sales, post-petition financing, use of cash collateral, 2004 exams and more. Presentation of arguments and evidence will be discussed, and checklists and forms will be distributed.

$25.00
$25.00

Consumer Workshop III: Practicing with the New Chapter 13 Form and Rule Changes

This panel will help sort through the following questions: What districts are adopting the model chapter 13 plan? What changes are being made to current form plans to conform to the requirements of the model form? How will the shortened deadline for filing proofs of claim affect chapter 13 administration? How will the new rules promulgated by the CFPB affect mortgage lenders and consumers?

$25.00
$25.00

Bankruptcy Law Is Too Difficult for Article III Judges

Consumer Workshop II: Ethics and Avoiding Malpractice

This panel will help you sort through the following questions: How do you avoid missing deadlines in a fast-paced practice? How do you avoid ethical issues when advising clients and preparing witnesses? What are the requirements for and limitations on fee agreements? How do you deal with incomplete or factually inaccurate statements by your client?

$25.00
$25.00

Update on Avoidance Actions

Speakers and attendees will cover such topics as the 10-year look-back period, valuation of a constructive fraudulent transfer, objective vs. subjective valuation, the § 546(e) defense and issues involving deposit accounts.

$25.00
$25.00

Effective Motion Practice: Pointers, Checklists, Templates, Best Practices and More

Sharpen your motion-practice skills and become a more effective and prepared advocate for your client by attending this practical session. Focusing on chapter 11 cases, panelists will discuss tips and practice pointers for motions for relief from stay, asset sales, post-petition financing, use of cash collateral, 2004 exams and more. Presentation of arguments and evidence will be discussed, and checklists and forms will be distributed.

$25.00
$25.00
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