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Recent Developments In Consumer Practice

Join this superstar panel in exploring the very latest developments in consumer bankruptcy law.

$25.00
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Committee: Thorny Issues In An Individual Chapter 11 Case

Hosted by the Consumer Bankruptcy and Young and New Members Committees

A panel of experienced judges and lawyers will discuss some of the challenging issues in individual chapter 11 cases, including: the absolute priority rule, conflicts of interest, case administration, appointment of trustees, differences between Ch. 11 and Ch. 13, and plan feasibility.

$25.00
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Consumer Commission Session: Part II

$25.00
$25.00

Consumer Commission Session: Part I

ABI’s Consumer Commission is charged with researching and recommending improvements to the consumer bankruptcy system that can be implemented within its existing structure. Join us for the first of two commission hearings at the WLC to solicit what such changes might include, from amendments to the Bankruptcy Code and Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, to administrative rules or actions, to recommendations on proper interpretations of existing law, and other best practices that judges, trustees and lawyers can implement. The hearings will be on matters common to both chapters 7 and 13.

$25.00
$25.00
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ABI encourages participants to ask questions during sessions both live and on demand. If you have a question for a panelist during a session you should email the panelist your question and the panelist will respond to you promptly. Most panelists are ABI members, so you can access the panelist's email address in ABI's membership directory, or alternatively you can go to support.abi.org and ask your question there.